Oh sure, they're letting go of 700 people, but this is Something Completely Different:
Bank One 'Outraged' By Offensive T-Shirts
The University of Louisville banned credit card solicitors after students were offered racially offensive and sexually explicit T-shirts during an on-campus promotion.
The shirts were given away last week to students who applied for a credit card backed by Bank One. A caricature of a voluptuous black woman, a Bank One logo and "10 Reasons Why Beer is Better than a Black Man" appeared on the shirts.
[. . .] "Bank One is outraged that such a thing could happen," said Nancy Norris, a spokeswoman for the Chicago-based bank. "That offensive T-shirt was not approved by Bank One."
On Monday, Bank One fired FrontLine Event Marketing, the Philadelphia-based firm handling the promotion. Norris said Bank One is considering taking legal action because the T-shirts depicted the bank's logo without permission.
FrontLine president Ed Solomon said the shirts were not produced by his company, and believes they came from the two unauthorized workers who were hired by an independent contractor.
Everyone is outraged. No one is responsible.
It's a modern parable, it is.
I'm sure you could find a list of the reasons if you really wanted.
Just FYI, though? Not interested.