Treasurer (White Giant)
| Monday, November 24, 2008 - 03:33 am |
Guys, it's a good thing to make sure the corps you are IPO'ing have good assets in them anyway. Assets are defined as cash on hand and supplies on hand. Who would want to IPO a corp that has little cash in it? I sure as hell wouldn't because of the huge surge in upgrade orders that will be placed by that corp, thus draining all it's cash reserves. You want all IPO's to have heavy cash and 60 months of supplies in them as a safety precaution.
So if they changed the parameters, it was for the better to keep you guys from shooting yourselves in the foot. Everyone is in such a rush to run some public corps. It's not all that much fun....really.