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GE “Forcing” Employees Into Chevy Volts | Gas 2
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I actually saw a real Checy Volt in the wild this morning. I followed it for about 4 miles on the way to work. No flames were observed. And there is actually someone driving a Nissan Leaf to where I work - but then we have several charging station in one of the lots. Almost makes me want to get an electric car so I can get free electricity.
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On 2/23/2012 6:45 AM, C. E. White wrote:

http://eetweb.com/news/02-23-12-SM /
Not all is well in EV land.
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Seems like a plan by GE to sell charging stations.
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On 23/02/2012 5:33 AM, Jim_Higgins wrote:

GE didn't pay taxes as it had capital losses from other years and it didn't make that much money in USA at all, in fact many operations lost money. You pay income tax on net income. No income, no taxes. Yes, you lose a $billion a year ago, you can make a billion this year and pay no taxes as in net, you made no money.
Liberal-colonialists skip this fact.
But greed killed the goose, GE Medial is moving to China. No reason to pay liberal-socialism DC greed taxes on items made in China, uses Chinese materials, sold in China, serviced in China.
The only part of GM with any real value is GM China. But not sure how they are doing in the largest world market for autos.
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Den fredagen den 24:e februari 2012 kl. 19:16:13 UTC skrev Canuck57:

International companies use creative bookkeeping and lots of companies to send money around the world and do not pay taxes.
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On 24/02/2012 12:38 PM, snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

Might work for awhile but not really for long at all. And if anything, they tend to overstate their earnings thus more taxes.
So your just pushing bullshit.
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responding to http://www.motorsforum.com/gm/ge-forcing-employees-into-chevy-v-olts-gas-2-77044-.htm DA wrote: Jim_Higgins wrote:

A company decides to change *its own* fleet-vehicle purchasing policy. It's their money, they can do whatever they want with it. It can be for a myriad of different reasons and there's nothing inherently wrong with it if it's only to install more of their own charging stations.
Of course GE wants to advance its charging station business. Do you think that, say, Lutron uses other brand's switches in their building (if it has a choice) or Cisco uses Avaya's phone system in their offices? Or, for that matter, WM uses a different waste management services at their facility? It's pretty normal, so why has the word "forcing" been used here other than to incite a misplaced outrage?
In fact, I think that GE would have preferred to get Nissan LEAFs instead (because they would spend even more time at their charging stations and so they'd need more of those) but decided to go with an American manufacturer instead.
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