One of my character's runs a corporation , I've done some research - I'm just not absolutely confident about writing a scene in which business talk is involved. One good thing though is that the story is angled away from the business meetings. He doesn't like his job ( which is part of the plot ) , nor does he talk much about it, just in a generalized way about the product. I'm wondering if I should keep researching - and have more details for more believability. Or if readers don't mind a certain vagueness. It's not a 'beach book' per say where those writers seem to include everything - glitzy boardroom arguments , and the jet-setter lifestyle. Not genre. Just wanted to know what you guys thought. If you ever felt an author was missing it , or didn't delve enough into a subject or seemed to have skipped there research.