Elaine and her father were even more awkward.
Nolan didn’t seem to want to hear what happened in college, so he cut straight to the point. “You can be blunt, Mr. Xavier. Even if we were coursemates, we weren’t that close, so there’s no need to pretend to be friends.”
His intentions were clear. Trying to use their relationship as acquaintances to help Beyond Tech was pointless because they weren’t close, and Nolan couldn’t care less about that.
Edward understood, so he changed his tune. “Beyond Tech is facing some financial issues, and I heard that you took computer science in college and you’re versed in technology, so we’d like to ask for your help.”
Nolan crossed his legs and leaned back while crossing his arms. “I don’t waste time on failed ventures. There’s nothing about Beyond Tech that intrigues me.”
Edward clenched his jaw because he didn’t know what to say.
Elaine stood up. “Mr. Goldmann, I know that Beyond Tech is nothing in your eyes because the IT companies under Bla
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