My Wife is a Hacker, Chapter 441

My Wife is a Hacker, Chapter 441

“Snow?”

Snow fought back her emotions and quickly answered, “I’m here.”

Harvey’s steady voice came from the other side as if h e was not the one who had said those callous things previously.

“Would you like to go to a party with me?”

Snow nodded frantically at the other end of the phone, so excited that words choked in her throat.

Harvey seemed to have guessed her reaction by hearing the sound wave in the air on the other side; h e knew Snow was nodding her head.

There was no smile on his face, but his voice sounded as if he was smiling.

“I’ll pick you up then.”

At last, Snow uttered a word.

“Okay.”

She still wanted to say something, but he had already hung up the phone.

There was no hint of anger on Snow’s face.

Instead, she stood up by the table in ecstasy, ran to the closet, and took out all her beautiful clothes.

She wanted to dress up and make everyone think that she and Harvey had a good relationship, unlike what people said on the forum that they were not talking to each other, that they had broken off, that Harvey had dumped her, and all that.

The noises on the campus forum were too loud that Snow did not dare to visit now.

She simply could not accept the gossip on the campus forum.

She did not think for a second how strong Nicole mentally was when she manipulated everyone in the school to smear Nicole.

Harvey hung up and gently played with his phone as h e looked at the two invitation cards in front of him indifferently.He motioned for the meeting to carry on with a faint sense of absentmindedness on his face.

This was the advantage of holding the highest position in the company.

Those people have been sitting there doing nothing for so long, yet no one dared to utter a word of displeasure.

He sat in the highest position, looking down at the different expressions of the people in front of him with a smile on his face.

Listening to the reports from his subordinates, he found that all the reports were talking about the declining market trend and that Johnston Group had n o ability to grab market share because of the lack of competitiveness.

“Should we adjust our marketing strategy or focus our strategic vision on the southern coast? After all, Johnston Group has a solid foundation there.”

A manager cautiously proposed.

Harvey shifted his attention to San Joto as soon as he took office.

But this business strategy and his means were not consistent, and it was too difficult to get good results.

Harvey looked at the manager and nodded approvingly.

“What you said makes sense.”

The manager was overjoyed.

Just as he was about to thank Harvey for his approval, he heard Harvey say, “Why don’t you leave the headquarters and go to the southern coast?”

There was still a smile on Harvey’s face, and he looked extremely gentle.

Yet his words sound like a sharp knife, silently hanging above everyone’s heads, and it could fall at any moment.

The manager immediately shut up and went aside in fright.

Harvey tapped the report on the table and looked around before speaking.

“Focus on the mechanical production line.Don’t be greedy to venture into the field that we are not good at.”

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