No surprise, Rakesh Agrawal is no longer PayPal's director of strategy.
Global news were his profanity-laced, misspelled tweets in which he went negative about colleagues. One "victim" was Christina Smedley, vice president of global communications at Paypal. He had only been in the job since March. Here is Tech Crunch's coverage of the the dismissal.
Clearly, this is an object lesson for all users of social media. They have to comport themselves not only appropriately but also with awareness that they could be perceived as representing their employer. Smedley could but probably won't file a defamation lawsuit against Agrawal and their once mutual employer PayPal (Smedley is still with the company). After all, when tweeting, Agrawal could have been viewed by readers of his tweets as a voice of PayPal.