Ernst & Young on July 1 announced it was rebranding itself as EY. Lopez writes,
[Ernst & Young, EY] now shares a name with a racy magazine, EY! Magateen. The magazine, which features scantily clad young men, is the work of Luis Venegas, a Spanish creative director known for his flamboyant, sexually charged fashion publications.
A Google image search of “EY” brings up photos of young male models clad in low-cut briefs, right alongside the Ernst & Young logo and some exterior shots of the company’s offices.
What a massive fail!
When I went to images.google.com, one picture returned was that of a naked man. A hand was covering his private parts, but pubic hair was clearly visible.
I could comment, or I could take the high road. EY seems to have taken the low one.
Debit and credit – – David Albrecht