1/4/12

Speaker: Henry Fiallo...CEO of a Fortune-500 Company

Henry Fiallo was the CEO of a Fortune-500 company who ran afoul of the law for which he spent 3 years in prison.  Now living & working in Miami, he speaks to service clubs & business leaders about the things that he has learned in the process.  He speaks about “The Things a Leader Should Do & Not Do to Ensure Success”



14 comments:

  1. Henry, you owe an apology to the many people who lost their job at Enterasys, and you should apologize to the woman with whom you were having a well known affair at the hotel in Andover and your wife.

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  2. Henry, You testified you were "only chief information officer at Cabletron before (your predecessor) Piyush Patel appointed (you) to head the Enterasys spinoff, a position that (you) weren't even sure you were qualified for". Rotarians everywhere can learn from your deceitful behavior, but now you must tell the truth. Which lie are we to believe, what you told Rotarians or your sworn testimony? I worked for Enterasys before and during your tenure. The company and you were corrupt from your first day on the job. I am amazed how you have again rewritten history. Many believe you were nothing more than an unwitting fall guy for Piyush Patel, David Kirkpatrick and Eric Jaeger. All Rotarians deserve the truth.

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  3. Ah, there you are Enrique Fiallo, formerly Henry Fiallo, formerly the CIO at Cabletron and for a short time, obedient CEO at Enterasys, part of the team that scammed employees, and stockholders of that company. You were warned by so many that David Kirkpatrick, Piyush Patel and Eric Jaeger along with his little sidekick Andrew Feldman were up to no good.
    You lost so much to these two bit players who are an embarrassment like you to their families. CongRATulations Henry.

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  4. What a fraud. To this date mr fiallo preaches one thing and practices another. I think he even believes his own bs.

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  5. Why were you hired at FPL while you were under indictment ?

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    1. Why is he Global manager for Subway?

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  6. Where's his stash of money that was surely squirreled away for after prison - forever withheld from the stock options that so many Cabletroners and Entersys folks had hoped and dreamed would have paid off for their incredible commitment and hard work.

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    1. Well, maybe he has it in Texas where he lives now with his wife. He is also global manager for world headquarters of Subway. Go figure!! He seems to not have a care in his life!

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    2. Someone needs to do something about Enrique Fiallo. He is living like nothing happened, while others struggle to make ends meet due to his fraud. Others less implicated got less time than him just because he is a coward and implicated everyone that he could so as to not spend more time in jail as he was supposed to be. Now he has a very well-paying job and a nice place to live. He is living the life while others don;t.

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    3. You all should go to you tube and see and listen to the video he made of the meaning of life. He actually believes he is great Christian and person. He has been bien again. If you put Enrique fiallo in what to watch you will be able to see it.

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    4. Please will someone reply to my comment. This man ans his new family is making my life a living helll. I need to talk to someone who knows him and what he is really like. Please.

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  7. I worked at Enterasys while Henry was there. It was a good company with some of the best and brightest minds around. Too bad that Henry and the rest of the senior management was more interested in falsely inflating the stock prices and making money hand over fist then to care about the ultimate direction and death spiral they were taking the company in. I'll never forget walking by Building 36 and Mr. Fiallo was showing off his brand new Ferrari.

    I loved working there, the people and environment felt more like working with family then Colleagues. He should still be in jail as far as I am concerned and never be allowed to hold any senior position at a company again....

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    1. Yes, I agree. He is so full of BS! He is publishing all sorts of blogs and articles about life and its meaning. If he is truly sorry he shouldn't make it so public and tell people about life. There are still people out there, coworkers etc., , I am almost sure, that are still living with the consequences of his actions. He paid little for what he did.

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