- Jan 31, 2009
because they are not majority owners....
they probably own less than 5% combined of their respective companies...
not saying that is a bad thing...just putting things into perspective...
No more than it matters that it is to be known that they are ceo's.Does it really matter either way if it's already commonly known and kind of public record?
Okay, but I do not see the connection. For the few examples IThey don't blab like publicly traded companies do.
Okay, but I do not see the connection. For the few examples I
laid out in a previous post, I saw nothing from them that suggest
they were blabbing as a consequence being known as owners.