“Seven warned on Credit cards amid CEO scandal” is the title of the article authored by two journalists. The two journalists are Lucy Battersby and Patrick Hatch, both of whom are from The Sydney Morning Herald newspaper where this article has been posted (Battersby & Hatch, 2017). The article was posted on January 11, 2017 in the Business section of the news website.
I have selected this article among many others due to a number of reasons. The main reason is that it is an up-to-date article that is detailing a mega scandal in terms of business and legal aspects. It should be noted that the appearance of this news article is in this New Year 2017 and this week so to say. Another valid reason as to why I have chosen this news article is the fact that it involves a senior official and an ordinary former employee of Seven West Media Company. Lastly but not least, it is the cause of the core issue of contention that is of most interest; sex.
It is a case of a “love gone sour” between former “lovers”; Ms Amber Harrison (Former employee) and Mr. Timothy Worner (CEO). Ms Harrison is accusing the Seven West Media of unfairly tracking down her credit card transactions history (Battersby & Hatch, 2017). To Ms Harrison, the company is incompetent to undertake any business that involves her credit card. According to this article, the relationship between Ms Harrison and the CEO Timothy Worner began to go bad in 2014. At around this year, Ms Harrison began to make moves leading to the termination of their love relationship. In that same year, i.e. 2014,