The thing is , like it or not, when shareholders are involved then there will be confidentiality during these discussions. If the trust came out now and told the whole wide world the details of the discussions then those talks would most likely break down. There would almost certainately be legal implications as well. I'm afraid that until an agreement is reached then neither party will be saying anything. Don't forget that it's still Steve Hayes' club at the moment.
" it's normal in business..." sounds just like the meetings with Mike Brookes and his weasel lawyers. Grow some, or get some advice! It IS possible to share with members before final ratification of... more