Monsanto Rival DuPont Continues To Fake Innovation With PR Blather!
Launches a Spanking New "Inclusive" INNOVATION CENTRE in Geneva
Good Morning, Bonjour, Guten Tag,
Readers, these fluff-filled official DuPont PRESS RELEASES keep cracking us up. The latest on Monday, Jan. 28, 2013 was headlined,
"Inclusive Innovation In Action"
Is Fortress Wilmington now driving multi-culturalism and "Diversity" in "Innovation"?
Mark Verguano, identified as a "DuPont leader", boasts,
"As a science company, we believe innovation is an inclusive process. Connecting our scientists and customers in Geneva to our broader scientist network around the world will help accelerate the innovation rate."
And, boy, we sure know the DuPont "scientist network" really works. Look at Imprelis, and a couple of $billion in dead trees littering America. And think, DuPont OptimumGAP, DuPont's miserably failed effort to compete with Monsanto with a first-generation GM seed trait. A DuPont Management failure, we might add, so extensive and intensive that DuPont execs engaged in a cover-up and theft and use of Monsanto's patent-protected seed know-how, which earned Monsanto a $1 billion federal jury award. And that award might be inflated to $3 billion given the bad actions of DuPont Management were laden with willfulness and fraud.
DuPont Innovation, once a truism in the last century, is now a comical oxymoron in the 21st.
Merely the morning comments of one individual investor and long-time student of DuPont in