Originally Posted by Reaper16
Clark's not the sole decision maker though, right? He's just chairman of a larger Board.
Up until Lamar died, he was the sole decision maker. To the extent that Clark shares decision-making with a board, if he does, the new decision-making process has only been in place since Lamar's death, right?
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