Poor CEO wrote so much explaining CFO retirement ... but it's not a problem in these circumstances. One step closer now to a buyout.
Remember Bobby Keogh ... whenever anyone quits or leaves, that's when all the mistakes are discovered. So if the CFO is retiring, everything must be squeaky clean at HBKS.
Normally, one would think they would give a reason why the CFO is retiring. But they couldn't say "we're setting up for a buyout" ... so no explanation was given. But here's the reality:
You start going through the employees ... how many are highly paid and not transferable to a new employer? CFO was a problem, because any acquiror would already have a CFO ... now he's out of the way.
If the CEO retires ... THEN YOU SHOULD WORRY!