The next morning, the two men discuss the business of the day. The first complains that he is honoring his agreement with his father. The second complains that his father has come up against a financial crisis at the company. He says that the company needs at least one hundred million to get back on its feet. The two men agree that it is better for the company to invest in the company than to go bankrupt. They also agree that the father will still be the largest shareholder of the company, with 60 percent of the shares. They discuss the possibility of exchanging the shares of Lu Haiyang for those of their father. They agree that they will take care of the matter in three days. The men then discuss the matter of private matters. They do not want to talk about what their cousin said, but they do want to discuss the fact that they are not married.