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    Senior Member Big Battery's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister-Jr View Post
    Would the owner of the company you work for watch the business go done the chitter for three years before doing anything?
    Is this question for real? How many family businesses have allowed themselves to go out of business when the son took over after dad passed on?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Battery View Post
    Is this question for real? How many family businesses have allowed themselves to go out of business when the son took over after dad passed on?
    No, it's a fake question, please ignore it.
    Vote for the other candidate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister-Jr View Post
    Why would a board negotiate such a bad deal? This seems to be a problem with many large companies, no accountablity, even to shareholders.
    You know as well as I do that most corporate boards are "old boy" societies. The serve on one anothers' boards and rubber stamp the ceo. Every board has sub committees such as compensation and/or benefits but no one oversees these committees. Hell, even the large institutional stockholders are in on the game.

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