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It is interesting to campare Kodak with GM.
They did not see new things coming until too late.
They did not believe amercans would buy better foreign brands.
They had age old management who thought that money were growing on trees.
They thought that government and banksters would always save them.
They were making mediocre products and make most money off spareparts and repairs.
A lot of other similarities stemming from lazy incompetent management.
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Den onsdagen den 4:e januari 2012 kl. 21:36:28 UTC skrev Tom:

sales Volt 6,142 Leaf has already sold in excess of 20,000 LEAFs
Sales of the Nissan LEAF in the US dipped in November, allowing the Chevy Volt to grab the top spot among plug-in vehicles.
Sales of the Chevy Volt continue to follow a slight upward trend, with General Motors tallying 1,139 units for November. That's an improvement over October 2011 Volt sales of 1,108 unitsand a sizable jump over the 723 Volts that Chevy sold in September. Year-to-date sales of the Chevy Voltnow at a 6,142 unitsare not likely to reach the 10,000 target stated by General Motors. By not hitting the markand due to a possible fallout from reports of fires in crashed unitsthe ability for GM to ramp up to its 60,000-unit target are uncertain.
Meanwhile, Nissan reported that sales of the all-electric LEAF rang in at 672 units in the US in November 2011. That's down from the 849 LEAFs Nissan sold in October and way below the 1,031 LEAF sales reported for the month of September. From a year-to-date perspective, Nissan LEAF sales now rest at 8,720 unitsputting combined sales of cars that use grid-supplied electricity as fuel at nearly 15,000 vehicles.
Nissan expects to add another 1,000 or so sales of the LEAF by the end of year, potentially selling 10,000 LEAFs in the US by the end of 2011. The company has already sold in excess of 20,000 LEAFs worldwide.
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