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The Annual Shareholders Meeting is a great way for investors to ask the hard-hitting questions to the Nintendo higher-ups as far as the business side of the company is concerned. Many investors ask good questions, such as Nintendo talking about the Quality of Life program. However, not everyone appears to know exactly what the longest running video game company is about, as seen in the lastest Shareholders Meeting.
One shareholder spoke up and said quite possibly the strangest thing ever conceived:
\”I do not understand video games and I even feel angry because, at Nintendo’s shareholders’ meetings, the shareholders always discuss things relating to video games or such childish topics as “what the future of video games should be,” while I, for one, was flabbergasted that Mr. Iwata continues to hold his position although he had said that he would resign if the company’s performance were bad.\”
It would seem that someone who would invest in a company would at least do a little research into the said company, but that doesn\’t appear to be the case with this man. Nintendo responded with that it was\”important to inform about all content they produce, including video game content.\”