In July 2016, Singapore-based 99.co faced a serious issue with a recent hire who drew the ire of the public on Facebook.
Sonny Truyen was upset over the lack of Pokemon Go in Singapore at the time and took his umbrage out online. His initial remarks got attention, but his defiant responses and lack of shame caused the episode to spin out of control. The Australian SEO consultant was swiftly sent packing and the CEO Darius Cheung issued a heart-felt apology on behalf of the company. You can read about the entire episode on the Straits Times.
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