Lampert: Did they say why, Willard, why they want to terminate my command?
Willard: I was sent on a classified mission, sir.
Lampert: It's no longer classified, is it? Did they tell you?
Willard: They told me that you had gone totally insane, and that your methods were unsound.
Lampert: Are my methods unsound?
Willard: I don't see any method at all, sir.
Lampert: I expected someone like you. What did you expect? Are you an assassin?
Willard: I'm a soldier.
Lampert: You're neither. You're an errand boy, sent by grocery clerks, to collect a bill.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
What's your point? Still doesn't change Apple's situation.
Tesla is in the same boat.
What you said is true with Google. But the vast majority of Apples revenues come from one thing: The iPhone. You dummy!
You must be a delusional MOPAR/ Fiat fan boy.
Chrysler builds beautiful, sleek and cool looking cars that begin to disintegrate after 30,000 miles. They are the crappiest vehicles on the road. Every single survey and review agrees that they are unreliable poorly engineered vehicles.
Manufacturing is something completely different from reliability of the actual vehicles.
Chrysler consistently ranks low in quality and reliability.
Google it and see.
Chrysler automobiles are VERY reliable!
At least for the first 20,000 miles.
After that good luck!
I didn't know McDonald's allowed their cashiers to day trade during company hours???
Why would you buy the first year of a new model?
They tend to be full of bugs and kinks which don't get fully worked out until the 3rd or 4th model year.
Mr. Edward Scott Lampert, CEO of Sears Holding Company just announced a special dividend.
Effective June 1, 2016 each and every shareholder of SHLD will be required to send in $2.00 per share to the corporation.
This special "reverse dividend" will enable Sears to upgrade their stores from 1970s decor to 1980s modern motif.