The Young and the Restless spoilers say that for the longest time, it’s been a huge battle for the top spot of Newman Enterprises with siblings Adam Newman (Mark Grossman), Nick Newman (Joshua Morrow) and Victoria Newman (Amelia Heinle) clawing for the CEO position.
And while their father Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) might be playing an emotional and mentally-draining game of chess with them, there’s a very good chance that Victoria Newman might have missed out on an opportunity to claim her spot many years ago. That’s not because Victor didn’t want her, but rather because of her negligence. Here’s what you need to know.
Adam Newman was left shocked when his father rescinded his offer to become the new CEO of Newman Enterprises just to give it to his wayward and perhaps less mature brother, Nick Newman. After all, he’s always been the prodigal son of the Newman family.
But at the same time, his sister Victoria has been earning her right to take over from Victor ever since she was a teen. While everyone has expressed interest in taking over the company, it was Victoria who had made it no secret that she wanted it the most.
The Young and the Restless spoilers say that while Adam might be on his way to the top, Victoria’s still in the game. And while she has been placed and yanked out of the position so many times in the past, fans can’t help but wonder: why did Victoria never take the opportunity to draw up an iron-clad contract for herself in order to make sure that history wouldn’t repeat itself?
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Clearly, she could have done this and saved herself a huge headache. But then again, Victoria’s negligence can easily become Adam’s gain, right? Of course, The Young and the Restless fans will have to tune in to find out what happens next!
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