It does not affect investors whether a senior executive has a racy private life or not, providing he or she can do the job. Even when executives do get ill, there is often no need for investors to be told all there is to know about their condition. But when a chief executive of a public company is so ill that his or her performance is seriously affected, investors eventually have to be told. That is particularly so when he or she personifies the company.
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