On Friday at 11 a.m. EST, Tiger Woods will speak publicly for the first time about the scandal that threatens his marriage and career. He will not be taking questions from the press.
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Corporate consultancy Accenture announced Sunday that it is dumping Tiger Woods, but it has bound its image so closely to Woods that it even put him on its stationery.
The moral of the Tiger Woods story is that adultery leaves a trail of destruction. It can be avoided.
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Accenture announced Sunday that it is ending its sponsorship of Tiger Woods because of the current scandal. Accenture tied its brand to Woods more closely than did any other company.
There remains a very large unknown in Woods’s statement: Just how long will the best golfer in the universe be away from the sport? Broadcasters as well as fans are wondering when they might see Tiger Woods on the links again.