People With Expired Non-Disclosure Agreements Share What They Had To Keep Quiet
Most NDAs are extremely boring. Like you have to agree to not disclose that your paper company has been fraudulently selling "eggshell" colored paper as "white." Other times you learn some about some murky secrets of various industries, or abandoned projects like "General Mills tried to make a beef-based breakfast cereal" or something. But that's just a fictional example. General Mills didn't try to make a beef-based cereal. Unless they did try to do that recently and people had to sign something saying they wouldn't talk about it. Anyone up for a big bowl of Steer-ios?