CEO's of large companies should be smarter than that. But good damn good exciting scriptin none the less!
Thanks for touching on that topic. I was thinking about that quite a bit, but in the end I just went ahead with the dialogue as I had originally intended it. You can see that Motes (the CEO) had acted quite calmly during the previous scene, even though his life was threatened. I wanted to picture him as someone who wouldn't let stress show publicly, but could be quite emotional in private. Deckard, the other guy on this page, is his counselor and something like a friend, so he didn't have to think much about what to say here - he can just say stupid things which he wouldn't say in public :D
Also, I wanted to introduce Deckard by giving him comparatively more intelligent lines.
And impressive to know that you're thinking about the details! I'm still lovin' it.