The people who attend this meeting ‘obviously’ have a right to speak their mind. You can not compare this to a conference of any sorts.
The thing I like is that some of the shareholders get ‘aggressive’, they really ask the hard questions which normally would be completely dismissed (for obvious reasons). Still you get a bit more context. especially the question from 1:03:00 this guy seriously got balls and he wanted a ‘commitment’ and Eric Schmidt told him that he couldn’t give him a commitment because he is not an employee.
Another great question is at 1:17:38, the man asks a question about bureaucracy, tax money and employment, which are fair questions but still they get dismissed. Eric Schmidt is correct in saying that those questions are ‘hard to answer future questions’.
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