The unusual way KB Home punished its CEO for screaming profanities at Kathy Griffin

Discipline for CEOs with a penchant for bad behavior in their personal lives tends to come in one of two ways.

If the offense is embarrassing but something from the past -- like the years-old graphic emails Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel sent as an undergrad fraternity bro -- a mea culpa may suffice. If it's disturbing and unforgivable -- like kicking a dog in an elevator, something former Centerplate CEO Des Hague was caught on video doing -- a resignation or ouster may be in order.

Read more in The Washington Post.