Therein lies the key -- it's a privately held company that doesn't serve Wall Street. You're fortunate indeed. Were it publicly traded, regardless of the skill sets you've needed to learn, management would find a replacement for you (the "commodity") somewhere in the world. It wouldn't matter whether the person or persons hired could fill your shoes. By the time they ran everything you've built into the ground, management would have been promoted and/or moved on.
Originally Posted by DREW WILEY