Back in June, I noted John Goodman’s strange departure from the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA), the Dallas-based think tank he founded in 1983 and ran for thirty years.  Goodman claimed he was ousted in a “coup” while the NCPA Board maintained Goodman was ousted for misconduct.

Now D CEO magazine reports that the conflict between Goodman and NCPA’s Board was precipitated by either poor personnel decisions or an office romance gone wrong, if not both. It’s an interesting read.