Mar 16th 2010 3:03PM I believe the demise of this brand is due to the fact that Rolls Royce and Bentley have no substitutes, but this brand looks like a Mercedes Benz so why would I spend that amount of money on a car that is comparable to its lesser counterpart. How unfortunate that car manufacturers are not innovative when it comes to design. They believe that we can't distinguish between a Lexus and a Camry. This brand would have made so much money if it would have come out the gate with a design so space age and innovative that people would have sold their limbs to buy one. But, alas, corporate executives who are the stupidest people in all the world, call the shots and the shots are always wrong.
Mar 10th 2010 5:55PM What good is removing overdraft fees, and not dealing with the real issue, BofA does not honor the debits from your account when you make them. They manipulate the transactions so that your account becomes overdrawn without your knowledge and then hits you with an overdraft fee. So, unless they honor each transaction as it is posted to your account, you will be further humiliated and fined by the institution that didn't receive the money. So you still lose. I don't remember reading that BofA will stop monkeying with the original transactions.
Sep 5th 2009 8:49AM Why would companies rehire if they can do the job without paying salaries and benefits. It would be best for them to continue the volume of production with less staff and pocket the difference. If I were a company, I would invest in the best technology to eliminate employees at every turn. We've seen it coming and expect it in our own lives why buy a washer machine and dryer, when we can now purchase one that does both and the detergent and fabric softener sheet is now all in one. I used to work at Citigroup in Lower Manhattan the only one in the US to do my job, and was layed off 9-11-08 after they set up shop in Mexico. My salary was 4 Mexican employees.