A: I don’t vote for this plan. I’m not comfortable bringing in unknown enties into our operation.
B: You don’t get to vote.
A: I beg your pardon? This is a partnership, remember?
Question: What does “unknown enties” mean here?
Is it “unknown entities” or “unknown entries”?
I’m not sure which one makes sense.
I’m sure it’s “entities”. Mr.White doesn’t want any unexpected circumstances generated by unknown factors.
If it were “entries” then the speech should’ve been not about their operation, but more specific about money or a gross-book.
It could be “circumstances” as S.I. suggests, but I suspect it’s referring to additional people or groups. In other words, Mr. White wants to tightly control who they work or deal with.