If you are an executive, your social media accounts are public. Yes, even if you tag it as personal, it would still be viewed as a public profile. Even if you view your opinions as to not reflecting that of your firm, it would still somehow represent your company even if you don’t want to put it that way. Pat Dickinson, a former officer at Business Insider, found it out the hard way when he was ousted from the website. Sharing your opinions on social media networks is just like having to broadcast them in public or on national TV. For more information about this, go to CFO.