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E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company Message Board

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig Oct 31, 2012 4:23 AM Flag

    Did Sandy Actually Help DuPont's Long-Suffering Shareholders?

    Suspension of Moronic Managerial Activities

    Good Morning, Bonjour, Guten Tag,

    Folks, with much of Delaware in the dark, roads closed during the past 48 hours, many DuPont executives and their mobs of understaffers have not been able to go to work in Fortress Wilmington. Maybe that's not so bad for DuPont's long-suffering shareholders, if there has been a temporary abatement on...

    * Strategic ineptitude.

    * Falsification and misrepresentation of new DuPont "innovations", Imprelis-style.

    * Borrowing huge amounts of money, inflating the liabilities on DuPont's debt-laden balance sheet.

    * Cost-slashing and killing thousands of careers, demoralising and sapping the entire organisation of creativity and productivity.

    * Jetting around the globe, senior executives counterfeiting concern for "world hunger" while embracing the industrial destruction of food supplies by executing the DuPont Company's FOOD-to-FUEL & FABRICS business model.

    * The public mocking of men and women and children in West Virginia and Ohio contaminated with elevated levels of DuPont's extraordinarily toxic Teflon chemical C8 in their bodies, who have dared to seek redress in the courts of the land. DuPont executives have publicly implied their lawsuits are frivolous and based on invalid science, and only DuPont Management and their lawyers have a monopoly on "valid science"!

    Merely, of course, the morning commentary of one individual DD shareholder and long-time student of the dysfunctional DuPont...funfun..

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