sfo Treasurer (White Giant)
| Friday, July 11, 2008 - 08:17 pm |
I am copying and pasting Laguna's post from another thread to show you all that the game was intentionally set up this way to allow CEOs to keep growing with a lot of extra effort. I hope you don't mind Laguna.
Friday, July 11, 2008 - 07:59 pm Click here to edit this post I think that's just one huge confusion...
Unlimited number of Corporations in an Enterprise
We have made several small changes that allow CEOs to grow beyond 1000 corporations but such growth is now harder to achieve.
A CEO can purchase shares of corporations on the share market and try to become the largest shareholder. Once the CEO is the largest shareholder, the corporation is added to the holdings of the enterprise.
There is no limit to the number of corporations a CEO can add to her/his holdings using this procedure.
At the same time, we are reducing the max number of corporations that a CEO can start in other countries or directly purchase from others. That number is now 750.
Enterprises with more than 750 corporations will not be able to start new corporations but their holdings will not be affected in any way. They remain free to purchase shares and play the stock market.
The max number of corporations a CEO can hold shares in, will be increased to allow for more share holdings and more corporations.
This is from the game news that Tom occasionally puts out. This is from awhile back isn't it? There has been no announcement to the change in the policy that CEOs can not grow beyond 750 via the share market. So why are my shares of corporations that I have acquired 100% ownership of through the share market being taken away from me?