So, the CEO, instead of being high class and going about his business, stopped to argue with a group of protesters? That's not exactly the high class move that you look for from a Wall Street executive, but maybe we can let it slide.
Or maybe he was just setting an example for his loyal followers. In addition to that high class move, distributors also apparently spat on some protesters, as reported by Business Insider:
While LULAC members were distributing letters, Herbalife's CEO Michael Johnson came outside and began yelling at them, according to Reuters.
The incident became very heated. What's more is witnesses told Reuters that current Herbalife distributors also spat on the LULAC members.
What has the Herbalife CEO got to do with Wall Street. He doesn't work on Wall Street. You just use 'Wall Street' for whatever pejorative value it has these days, in order further to cut down Herbalife in a dishonest way. If you're going to criticize Herbalife of fraud and dishonesty, at least be honest yourself.
You are a LIAR. Reuters never reporting that Johnson was yelling at members of LULAC. Reuters reported what a LULAC regional guy told them.
HLF responded by saying that Johnson was TALKING to LULAC members and asking them what they knew about HLF and then LULAC Brent Wilkes walked up and escalated the discussion. No video, no pictures, only what protestors told reuters.
The total disdain shown to the concerns of the latino groups is also appalling. All Johnson and company apparently want to do is continue to be allowed to exploit these people and extract a thousand or two from each to line their pockets and the pockets of a few top distributors. It is all cloaked in legitimacy and opportunity but the financial disclosure statements clearly show the facts.