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2014-01-08 11:12:42 AM  
2 votes:

MugzyBrown: I don't mind the owner of the company who employs me making a lot of money.  After all if he's (actually they) isn't making money, then I don't have a job.

It's his ass(ets) on the line if we go under, not mine.


They have you trained well.
2014-01-08 11:14:20 AM  
1 votes:

AllYourFarkAreBelongToMe: realmolo: MugzyBrown: I don't mind the owner of the company who employs me making a lot of money.  After all if he's (actually they) isn't making money, then I don't have a job.

It's his ass(ets) on the line if we go under, not mine.

Wow, you're  naive.

HIS assets are going to be fine no matter what. You're the one that is going to lose his job if the owner decides he'll make more money by (figuratively) burning the company to the ground.

Yes.  Because the end-game strategy for everybody who puts their ass(ets) on the line to open a business is to destroy it.


He may lose some investment money, but the business isn't tied to his personal income or assets.
2014-01-08 10:45:04 AM  
1 votes:

MugzyBrown: I don't mind the owner of the company who employs me making a lot of money.  After all if he's (actually they) isn't making money, then I don't have a job.

It's his ass(ets) on the line if we go under, not mine.


You do know that corporations exist to limit liability in exactly those sort of situations?

Yes, he will lose his source of income and what he invested if it goes under, but his personal assets are secure (to the extent he doesn't plow them into the company).
2014-01-08 10:42:27 AM  
1 votes:

AllYourFarkAreBelongToMe: realmolo: MugzyBrown: I don't mind the owner of the company who employs me making a lot of money.  After all if he's (actually they) isn't making money, then I don't have a job.

It's his ass(ets) on the line if we go under, not mine.

Wow, you're  naive.

HIS assets are going to be fine no matter what. You're the one that is going to lose his job if the owner decides he'll make more money by (figuratively) burning the company to the ground.

Yes.  Because the end-game strategy for everybody who puts their ass(ets) on the line to open a business is to destroy it.


You're thinking small business owners.  But once that small business grows and is acquired by a multinational firm whose executives will see a small uptick in their profitability by cutting it into small chunks and burying those chunks in the ground then they'll do that in a heart beat.
2014-01-08 10:35:50 AM  
1 votes:

realmolo: MugzyBrown: I don't mind the owner of the company who employs me making a lot of money.  After all if he's (actually they) isn't making money, then I don't have a job.

It's his ass(ets) on the line if we go under, not mine.

Wow, you're  naive.

HIS assets are going to be fine no matter what. You're the one that is going to lose his job if the owner decides he'll make more money by (figuratively) burning the company to the ground.


Yes.  Because the end-game strategy for everybody who puts their ass(ets) on the line to open a business is to destroy it.
2014-01-08 10:24:02 AM  
1 votes:

MugzyBrown: I don't mind the owner of the company who employs me making a lot of money.  After all if he's (actually they) isn't making money, then I don't have a job.

It's his ass(ets) on the line if we go under, not mine.


Wow, you're  naive.

HIS assets are going to be fine no matter what. You're the one that is going to lose his job if the owner decides he'll make more money by (figuratively) burning the company to the ground.
2014-01-08 09:29:19 AM  
1 votes:
I don't mind the owner of the company who employs me making a lot of money.  After all if he's (actually they) isn't making money, then I don't have a job.

It's his ass(ets) on the line if we go under, not mine.
 
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