Leen Dierts (White Giant)
| Tuesday, March 15, 2005 - 08:38 pm |
of debts, and easy transfer of ownership. That is the good part of the recent changes. The downside is that it will be more of a challenge and more work to be a good economist, but that is the overall challence. A CEO (and country) needs to sell 75% of his shares to gain profit. Just make a deal with the CEO that you buy the other 25%. If the CEO performs bad, you buy some extra shares and you are in control. Use your investmentfund to keep control over another 30%, and you are allways in control.