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The ASA said it had "serious concerns" about the company's ability to stick to the rules.
When I said I was travelling to Chicago to meet the chief executive, one colleague said I should really "stick it to them".
In fact, the company has attracted so much opprobrium that when Andrew Mason, the chief executive in question, was caught having a beer with staff it became headline news.
"We're still this toddler in a grown man's body in many ways," said Mr Mason during the meeting, details of which were leaked to The Wall Street Journal two weeks ago.