- Zeus Kerravala
Embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is feeling slighted by Cisco. His crack smoking honor wasn't invited to the Cisco announcement that it's investing $100 million in the city as one of its four global innovation hubs.
Deputy Mayor Norm Kelly was invited instead. Since Ford was stripped of most of his powers last fall after confessing to smoking crack and other inebriated faux pas, Kelly has been the functional head of Toronto's municipal government.
But it's not just the announcement snub that has Ford feeling sorry for himself. He's miffed that nobody thanked him for creating
the environment that attracted Cisco to Canada's largest city: the low, business-friendly taxes, the booming economy, the
unmitigated expansion and sprawl...
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