Ernst & Young
Ernst & Young, now EY, has a 'sexy boys' problem
Ernst & Young, now EY, has a 'sexy boys' problem

Before Ernst & Young rebranded itself EY, maybe it should have run a quick Google search. The giant London-based accounting firm and professional services company now shares a name with a racy magazine, EY! Magateen. The magazine, which features scantily clad young men, is the work of Luis Venegas, a Spanish creative director known for his flamboyant, sexually charged fashion publications. A Google image search of "EY" brings up photos of young male models clad in low-cut briefs, right alongside the Ernst & Young logo and some exterior shots of the company’s offices. 10 fastest-growing jobs in California That’s not exactly the kind of PR the company...