Over at Fast Company's blog, they can't decide if Carly Fiorina's firing is good or bad for women.
Shouldn't be hard to figure out: Fiorina was hired as Hewlett-Packard CEO because of things she accomplished. Then she got fired because of things she failed to accomplish. When women get hired and fired based solely on their record of accomplishments, that's good. That's equality. And that's what women want, right?