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2019/09/03 分享
  • Laurie, I just ran into Russ Hanneman leaving. He said you made him some kind of a deal.

  • Yes. He was substantially difficult. Truly repugnant. And when we finalized our agreement, he described his erection to me. But in the end, I managed to buy 100% of his interest in Pied Piper. Let us never speak of him again.

  • Well, that is fine by me, and I'm so glad you got him away from Pied Piper. I mean, now that their suit has been resolved, I think that they're about to become something really special.

  • Their core technology, it's visionary.

  • Absolutely.

  • Also, the entirety of their recent stumbles with Company A, with Company B, with the very decision to pursue video instead of more pioneering applications. This was all rooted in human error, which is why I found it prudent to secure Hanneman's shares, his voting rights, and most critically, his board seats.

  • Right. Russ has two board seats.

  • He did. Now, Hendricks votes one, Bachman votes one, and we, at Raviga, we vote three. That is a majority. We can now take the necessary steps to ensure that Pied Piper is properly managed.

  • What What're you saying? I don't understand.

  • Monica, I believe you do.

后续就是董事会投票把 Pied Piper 的创始人 + CEO Richard 开掉了