Hair Loss Company’s Stock Stock Drops After CEO Offers Jobs to Anti-Israel Protesters


Hair loss company Hims & Hers Health Inc. (HIMS) saw its stock slide by 8% on Friday after its CEO offered jobs to anti-Israel student protestors.

“Moral courage > College degree,” HIMS CEO Andrew Dudum wrote last Wednesday on X.

“If you’re currently protesting against the genocide of the Palestinian people & for your university’s divestment from Israel, keep going. It’s working. There are plenty of companies & CEOs eager to hire you, regardless of university discipline.”

HIMS stock was valued at $12.24 per share before falling to $11.26 on Friday. Since March 21, the company reportedly has continued to lose money when its stock was valued at $16.73 per share.

Meanwhile, during an interview on Fox News’ ‘The Five’ on Wednesday, ‘Shark Tank’ star Kevin O’Leary warned that AI will help hiring managers identify any student who participated in the nationwide anti-Israel campus protests.

“Here’s your résumé with a picture of you burning a flag. See that one? That goes in this pile over here because I can get the same person’s talent in this pile that’s not burning anything,” O’Leary said.

“There are plenty of consequences for all those people. Even with an image from that far away, AI can generate who they are by the way their body moves. I can’t believe the stuff I find in background checks now. These people are screwed.”

ExxonMobil CEO Darren Woods also issued a similar warning in an interview last month with CNBC, stating that the oil giant “wouldn’t be interested” in hiring Hamas sympathizers.

“Harassment and intimidation, I think there’s no place for that, frankly, at those universities, and certainly no place for that at a company like ExxonMobil,” he said. “If that action or those protests reflect the values of the campuses where they’re doing it, we wouldn’t be interested in recruiting students from those campuses.”

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