Wednesday, May 04, 2011

Proposal: Any Colour, So Long As It Is… Blue!

Times out and passes at 7-0. -Purplebeard

Adminned at 06 May 2011 01:46:12 UTC

Add the following as a subrule to “Shareholder Meetings”, “Replace Management”:

The body of this Shareholder Meeting must specify a legal Business Plan. This Business Plan must be able to produce negative numbers, and its expected value should not exceed 200.

If this Shareholder Meeting is approved, the Business Plan of this Corporation is changed to the specified new Business Plan, and its Worth is decreased by 100 to reflect the costs of such an overhaul.

If a proposed Business Plan uses out-of-game statistics, you’d better be able to show me that the EV is lower than 200.

Comments

Purplebeard:

05-04-2011 08:39:13 UTC

Note that the ‘should’ clause isn’t legally binding, but I’ll use it as a rule of thumb when signing off on new business plans.

Purplebeard:

05-04-2011 09:07:06 UTC

Upon further reflection, if Worth can be converted to cash on a one-to-one basis, 200 extra Worth every 48 hours is already very powerful. A limit of 100 Worth (on average) per quarterly report would probably be better.

Ely:

05-04-2011 10:18:55 UTC

for

Yoda:

05-04-2011 18:42:53 UTC

for So, if I’m understanding this correctly, even if it’s approved in a shareholder meeting (and the worth decreased by 100), the Market still must sign off on it, correct?

Ely:

05-04-2011 19:55:09 UTC

[yoda] that’s already somewhere in the ruleset.

Yoda:

05-04-2011 20:21:41 UTC

Yes, that’s what I was referring to: according to the ruleset, the market must still sign off on the new business plan for it to take effect.

nowhereful:

05-04-2011 20:21:58 UTC

for

Bucky:

05-05-2011 03:14:44 UTC

imperial

spikebrennan:

05-05-2011 16:07:26 UTC

for

Galtori:

05-05-2011 19:13:26 UTC

imperial