Kommentaarid on kirjutatud EWR lugejate poolt. Nende sisu ei pruugi ühtida EWR toimetuse seisukohtadega.
oh dear19 Apr 2017 19:50
This must be mortifying for the business club. How would you even go about answering the spew? Public braying by those unaccustomed to finance and business, sure, but the business club esimees? Where you'd expect the complexities of negotiations and their various stages including the nascent stage, where this project is, to be understood. Instead, indulging another ego, bruised because he was not invited to be part of creating a solution to the Estonian House's descent to bankruptcy problem.
shareholder20 Apr 2017 09:40
What is really insulting is the fact that these organizations believe they know it all…instead of listening to the years of experience/wisdom of others. It’s not about being invited to the table; it’s about not being included in the process at all. At no point have any of the organizations asked the shareholders to submit ideas or have a shareholder take part in the closed door decision making process. The arrogance is so forceful that they feel entitled to make the decisions for us and everything presented to date validates this very point.
To shareholder20 Apr 2017 16:44
Really? Gotta call the BS on this one. At every EM shareholder meeting the board asked for proposals.
voter20 Apr 2017 12:51
excellent article, well thought out.
Tiiu Roiser21 Apr 2017 19:15
Thank you for the experienced advice and sound thinking. These are common sense questions that need to be answered.