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  • john dean
    April 08, 2013 - 11:27

    come to nl and se up a ship building industry, theres pl.enty of ships to be built here , but the present company dont want to build them , billions to be made. lots of land and a good port at stephenville with an airport a kilometre from the port

  • Observer
    April 07, 2013 - 17:19

    From these rude, mean-spirited, poisonous remarks,..... " Valdmanis-esque opportunists..."' the guy ought to prepare himself for the spite and viciousness that spews from "friendly" Newfoundlanders towards anyone who is self-made and successful. This isn't BC. Around here they're jealous , distrustful and downright bitter if you work hard and get ahead, or if you come from somewhere else. In many ways, this is not a welcoming place so he'd better brace himself for the nasty comments from the pack of critics who have nothing good to say about anyone.

  • Corporate Psycho
    April 05, 2013 - 19:44

    Why not invest in MF? Oh yeah, never mind.

  • I live here
    April 04, 2013 - 17:19

    Gee maybe he can invest in the new Industrial Park for Spaniards Bay that started three years ago, no two years ago, no wait last year, no wait maybe this year. Land stripped and ruined for what - maybe a housing developement later. It appears the Industrial Park for this area will be in Bay Roberts where there is movement instead of just yearly press releases.

  • david
    April 04, 2013 - 13:04

    "...foreign-currency ex-change...." now a "...new private equity investment firm...". This guy sure sounds like a real roll-up-your-sleeves, no nonsense guy who knows how to create sustainable jobs and manage a large workforce, with a real deep appreciation for the work ethic and productivity issues here. Surely not the type to see a rube of a target like this rudderless, spineless Newfoundland government desperately looking for some home-run swings and photo-ops giving out wheelbarrows of taxpayer money to Valdmanis-esque opportunists. Nope, this sounds great. We're saved.