shalaydra75 wrote:mollyandwally wrote: No it shouldn't be Jill's wannabe son, it should be her actual son, Phillip III, or her grandson Chance.
They are the only descendants' of Phillip Chancellor II. Katherine only owned Chancellor Industries because she murdered Phillip Chancellor II. It's HIS heirs that should be running Chancellor. Katherine already robbed them of ever knowing him, the least they could have is his company.
Devon is a McCall not a Chancellor. He got all Katherine's $$$, he didn't deserve to have more than Mac and Brock, but he got it, to think he's owned anything more is a joke.
We have had this debate before. I will reiterate. Numerous people who have watched Y&R from the beginning have said that Catherine owned the company and changed its name to appease Philip. The last time we debated this subject, another poster confirmed that CI belonged to Catherine'.
Devon got more than the others because Catherine has never given him money. When Catherine thought Cane was Philip, she offered to give him his inheritance. Cane refused to take it. I am sure she treated Mac and Brock the same way that she attempted to treat Cane. That would explain how Mack, a charity worker, was able to purchase 2 businesses in one year.
Poster's are not proof of anything, so their confirmation means nothing. If those "people" are writers, or someone with the show giving an interview, or if it is in one of the Y&R history books, please post a link or quote the article or book. If this was a storyline, please give the transcript date, or at least quote the exact dialog. If what you say is true, there should be plenty of evidence for it.
Besides, as already stated, the last 40 years of story, and the feud between Kay & Jill, would make no sense if Katherine was always the owner. There were quite a few stories in the early days, of Kay having no knowledge of how Chancellor Industries worked, that's why she hired others to run it for her. That's initially why Victor came to town.
Katherine never stated why Devon was given more money. That may be your or some other posters reasoning, or theory, but that does not make it so.