In a business class I took this summer the instructor told us about a partnership he had with a friend. It kind of reminded me of a similar incident with me and a friend. He said he and his best friend open a small restaurant. He did most of the investing because it was really his dream and the friend decided it sounded like a great investment and besides he was helping out a friend.
Well he, the instructor, ran the back (cooking and all) and the friend ran the front. One of the employees was also close to the instructor and informed him his partner was stashing money in his pocket and not charging some customers.
Needless to say six months later they decided to close the restaurant before going into great debt. Come to find out the friend wasn't paying bills. The instructor said they are not friends today and he would like to reopen restaurant but as a sole proprietor. He seem to be very hurt and disappointed.
Answer by SAMNMAYASMOM at 1:24 AM on Sep. 17, 2010
I would say yes because they did something horrible. What makes it worst is that they could do it to someone they're pretending to care about. I just could not let my friend get away with that. If they could do it to me, they would likely do it to another person later too.
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