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February 07, 2009

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Charliemack

Look, the auto industry is in shambles. With the cost of "new models" that come out every year, other high overhead (like high salaries and bonuses)the industry cannot keelp its head above water.

Instead of "new models" we need "improved upon the old models" and fewer choices. You can't be all things to all people in this day and age and survive.

Business success has a proven formula. Start out with a basic product, keep its quality up and if accepted in the market and you become successful profit wise keep on doing the same thing.

Diversify and you are headed for trouble. If your productS market place dwindles in succeeding years it is time to call it quits because NOBODY LIKES IT!

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