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CEOs take heed of Grubhub's Trump hubbub

Some corporate chief executive officers are masters at writing heartfelt memos to their employees that strike just the right tone. Matt Maloney, CEO of locally based online food ordering and delivery service Grubhub, isn't one of them.

Not yet, at least.

Maloney tripped over his own words last week after penning a post-election staff email intended to reassure workers of the company's commitment to human dignity and diversity. Yet once that missive went public — as so many internal emails do these days — Maloney was slammed on social media for blasting Donald Trump for having discriminatory, "hateful" policies and adding that Grubhub employees who...

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