10 worst business moves of 2012
Here are some of the biggest, most embarrassing missteps made by corporations in the past 12 months.
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SOMEONE said--"THE PROBLEMS ARE DUE TO CORPORATIONS BEING TO TOP HEAVY'---while I may agree with that ---THE REAL PROBLEM is in OUR WHITE HOUSE---the MORON has NO CONCEPT of MONEY---SPEND is ALL THE MORONIC LIAR knows how to do JUST like the VACATIONS---the term is NEGRO RICH--with OUR MONEY.
EAST COAST has what for Christmas--a DESTROYED COAST--and the 1+ MILLION that this VACATION is costing us is a DIRECT slap in the face---OUR EAST COAST--is still WAITING for the help etc that this MORON promised --TO GAME and GAIN their VOTE---the PROPER thing for the MORONS to do is STAY in DC and get DONE what he SAID HE WOULD DO--
OH hell I forgot--the MORON only does things to GAME the SYSTEM,GAIN and or STEAL VOTES and ALWAYS breaks his promises--HIS WORD is and MEANS NOTHING!
Did you notice that not one (OK, maybe Denny's) actually manufactures a product? They sell them our outsouce the manufacture of the product they sell.
Perhaps this is the issue in the US economy today? We sell "stuff" but we don't make it?
Well I must admit that none of what I have read is surprising at all. In order for any one to put faith in today's large companies, insurance companies, banking etc., or the 2 branches of our legislative government would have to be a complete moron.
I am not a cynical or bitter person but to actually put faith in the money hungry and self serving is just a set up to be SURPRISED or DISAPPOINTED. Don't do it to yourself.
It may come as a complete surprise that this not only happens in big business or the government but also in everyday families. I actually know an individual that has duke his mother in law and his very own children. So for me to think that people I don't know, actually would do the right thing or at least have REMORSE is just setting myself up for disappointment.
Now for all of you reading this and saying "Well he certainly is bitter and angry and out of touch with how the world works" my answer to you is no I am not any of those things.
BUT if that is your response chances are you are part of society that belongs in the first paragraph.
Merry Christmas and May God Bless all of us.
JC Penny realize America is broke by and large, the average consumer can get most of your products elsewhere for less, maybe not the same quality but in these harsh times that is and should be your bottom line.
Revamp immediately, if it does not sell don't keep it. If your nitch does not work, lose it. JC Penny may need to become the Wal mart alternative. Bump up Service people, bump up everything doing with service. Customers love being catered too, that is what has been lacking at discount stores. They are known for Value not quality. You can be both.
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