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High Tech, we can not even create a web page that works? What company(s) is this
article referring to?
C'mon, we really didn't know these companies were high tech?
Sure, why not, we're all idiots, U.S. News.
Nordstrom and high tech do not belong in the same sentence. Most stores primarily still use cash registers that regularly go down. Many times a prior purchase can't be found despite their "personal book" and tag. Employees have very limited use of technology - their computers are OLD and shared by 50 or more people. A retail store having a website or multiple websites does not make it tech savvy.
Ford goin high tech? Yeeeeeeehaaaaaw! Sounds like we gonna get fancy moobiiiles. You mean we aint needin those jumper cables and tow truckies. Me gonna go tell the misses. Shaaaweet.
Don't need to be tracked in stores. Esp Nordstrom. won't be shopping or looking there anymore.
Bye, not buy, BYE BYE. so long, get lost.
If you want to dominate your industry you must be cutting edge.
This article is very lame.
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- I'll buy later, after the hype dies down.
- Maybe next year. Chasing IPOs is too risky.
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