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  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig Jun 29, 2013 2:29 PM Flag

    Jim Cramer: DuPont Is The MOST INNOVATIVE COMPANY He Knows??!

    Percussive Pint-Sized Performer Continues To Fawn Over & Cheer Ms. Kullman, DuPont Chieftess


    Readers, the louder this elfin entertainer on CNBC screeches to promote Ellen J. Kullman, the less credibility he has. All week long, he clattered and battered his audience with outright misleading, if not dishonestly deceptive praises for this shriveled chemical and seeds conglomerate based in the dwarf state of Delaware.

    Yesterday, Friday June 28, 2013, he air-horned investors with this incredible hype:

    "It's [DuPont] become the single most innovative company I know of. The corporate culture is all about using science to tackle some of the toughest challenges out there and transform society."

    Come on! More "innovative" than Apple? More "innovative" than Amazon"? More "innovative" in seeds than Monsanto? BASF in chemicals? This T.V. faker is abetting Ms. Kullman & her mediocre TEAM of circa 100 DuPont Presidents and Vice Presidents in downplaying and covering up the sheer magnitude of their colossal FAILURES in "Innovation": The ongoing multi-$billion losses from tree-killing DuPont Imprelis, from DuPont OptimumGAP, a GM seed trait flop.

    A truly "innovative" company does not produce and hide the largest, most costly new product failure in 21st century corporate America. Imprelis, Tell Us! And the Harvard-educated Mr. Cramer surely knows this!

    Merely THE WEAK IN REVIEW digitally penned by one individual retail investor, who is determined not to hide a damn thing when it comes to this faltering and failing, shrinking and sinking Delaware

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