| Friday, June 19, 2015 - 10:59 pm |
I was wondering what the rule is on this. I know leagly you can. But what to presidents think. I have placed several bids on different companies on no one complained till the last time.
I thought it was part of the game. If as a president you don't want CEOs I think there is a block CEO setting or you can Natialize companies you don't want them to bid on. Or you can set taxes high. I and as a country you can bid on ceo corps in your country as well(I think, used to be able to anyway).
And I don't see why you wouldn't want CEO's bidding on your corps. You get money from the corp. and the tax revenue from the corp you pop is employed(more taxes) and you can turn house wives and disable into workers.
Worse case the CEO moves corp out of country and you take that money and build new corp. I don't see the down side.
But what are others thoughts on this
| Saturday, June 20, 2015 - 04:17 am |
You can indeed block CEO's or set up your country to have unfavorable conditions for outside economic development.
There are different economic models for running a completely state run and a ceo heavy corporation strategy.
As a president I would have some concerns about a CEO buying out a corporation in my country. The corporation is then out of my control as far as it's being moved, product and supplies contracts, salary level etc. There would have to be a degree of trust established for me to be comfortable with that. Building a new corp to replace it is a possibility, but you would eat some financial losses doing so. i.e. getting the new one up to profitability and previous production and hiring levels.
Another factor to consider is whether the president is intending to IPO the corporation. That is a worthy long term goal for keeper corporations.
If you're wanting to avoid complications, dropping a line to Presidents in countries where you wish to purchase a corporation could really help. Moving corporations on the CEO side has some costs also, as well as rising taxes.
Note: I'm a newbish players, so take the above with a grain of salt.
| Saturday, June 20, 2015 - 04:41 am |
There was one player who I won't name on here throw a complete hissy fit over it.
I get what you are say marshall I have a country and the two companies I do no want bought I have nationalized the others are up for sale as far as i'm concered you get the money plus extra bonus and you can always build another one if they move out. You get more money if they move out which can be used for another one.
My official take is don't buy other ceo corps(unless you are a country and it is in your country then it is fair game) And if you don't want your company bought nationalize it if it is a state corp it is fair game though
All that being said I do try to limit it to Gamemaeter corp and C3 but no promises
| Saturday, June 20, 2015 - 10:34 am |
Aye. All's fair in love and war.
| Saturday, June 20, 2015 - 04:46 pm |
Corps are publicly traded and for the life of me I have no idea why players get upset if you bid on corps. Evader23, feel free to bid on any of my corps in my country or CEO. I would only ask that you not move corps out of my countries unless you have a good reason. If it is an issue with workers or health index, I would, as a matter of mutual respect, ask that you give me the chance to fix the issue. "Roman Empire" on FB is open for business. That includes all my Empire states and CEO's.
| Saturday, June 20, 2015 - 06:40 pm |
thanks emeror im in GR might expand to FB in the future but that is a ways off
I'm with you on the state corps i tend to draw the line at bidding on CEO's but i might not like others bidding on CEO corps but i wouldn't throw a fit over it the other unnamed player did
| Saturday, June 20, 2015 - 08:50 pm |
What is your country & world?
| Saturday, June 20, 2015 - 09:53 pm |
I'm Asria and Gallifrey on GR why you want to bid some corps