The chairman of China’s largest electronics retailer, Gome, has disappeared, although some reports suggest he's been detained by the police over alleged financial misconduct at the firm. Huang Guangyu, who founded Gome Electrical Appliance Holdings in 1987, could not be located today, according to several reports. Shares in the …
one hell of a chinese takeaway.
If he is with the Chinese police...
... then I bet he's living in interesting times (and regretting it).
Why would somebody worth that much money want/need to fiddle the system?
Paris, 'cos she can fiddle my expenses any time...
He was just caught listening to Guns 'n' Roses.
"Chinese financial magazine Caijing"
I presume that's pronounced like "Ka-ching" !?
Just slowing piracy
With all the news of piracy lately the Chinese authorities simply decided to crack down on copyright theft and illegal CDs when Huang was caught making copies of Guns N' Roses' latest album.
"Why would somebody worth that much money ..."
"Why would somebody worth that much money want/need to fiddle the system?"
How do you think most rich people get rich in the first instance?
Perhaps he's so rich...
...that he bought an invisible man serum or a time machine or went to the Maldives with a floosey and didn't tell anyone. Abducted by aliens mebbe? I think Al Qaeda did it. They're usually to blame. Invade another unrelated country just in case! They moved my car-keys the other day to another desk in the house. Those dang Al Qaedans.
Maybe he just got his coat?
They found melamine in his kitchen....the worktops.
He's simply helping police with their enquiries...
"If you sign this standard confession form, you will be executed immediately instead of tortured and then forced to watch the systematic elimination of your entire family. Thank you for your co-operation. Mao is good."
Paris, 'cause she is the only good looking icon there is.
He's going, going gome!
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