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Bodega’s CEO defends the name of his business after a day of backlash

Paul McDonald, the CEO of Bodega, didn’t see the outrage coming, he explains in a blog post that just went live. “Today we announced Bodega, and while we were hoping for a big response, the reaction that we got this morning certainly wasn’t what we expected,” he says. McDonald goes on to address some of the … Continue reading “Bodega’s CEO defends the name of his business after a day of backlash” Paul McDonald, the CEO of Bodega, didn’t see the outrage coming, he explains in a blog post that just went live.
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