Re: [DML] Re: DMC's DEMISE Why it failed
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Re: [DML] Re: DMC's DEMISE Why it failed

Like I'm an expert on this (not) .  In William
Haddad's book about working for JZD, faithfully for
quite a few years, Haddad points out quite, quite
distinctly, that once Haddad fell into disfavor with
John and his insiders, Nesseth was all over him,
practically day and night, so Haddad would throw in
his chips and leave the game. ChicagoPaul
--- therealdmcvegas <dmcvegas@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> I certainly agree with the majority of what was
> written by Matt.
> John's motivations were in some cases most likely
> half determination
> to keep the company "safe" so that it didn't fall
> into the hands of
> others. History repeats itself, and I'm sure that
> JZD didn't want to
> be a modern-day Billy Durant and lose control of his
> company (not that
> Durant was quite an honest business man). That could
> certainly explain
> why he formed the American-based Corporation owned
> by himself to
> control the British-owned company in NI. That and I
> would most
> certainly say unchecked pride had quite a bit to do
> with it as well.
> He probably started off with the idea of securing
> the company, and
> then went overboard. [MODERATOR SNIP]


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