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See the link here:


http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/04/business/fisker-seeks-federal-loans-to-build-nina-in-delaware.html?hpw
 

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FredFriendly said:
See the link here:
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/04/business/fisker-seeks-federal-loans-to-build-nina-in-delaware.html?hpw
I expect greater journalistic integrity from NY Times than saying stuff like:

"The shutdown of the Karma in the Consumer Reports test prompted the company to hire Mr. LaSorda."

I am pretty sure the move to hire LaSorda was well underway before the CR debacle.
 

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Fabulist said:
"The shutdown of the Karma in the Consumer Reports test prompted the company to hire Mr. LaSorda."

I am pretty sure the move to hire LaSorda was well underway before the CR debacle.
Yes. Ironically, the CR incident happened about one week after LaSorda was named as CEO.
 

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doug said:
Fabulist said:
"The shutdown of the Karma in the Consumer Reports test prompted the company to hire Mr. LaSorda."

I am pretty sure the move to hire LaSorda was well underway before the CR debacle.
Yes. Ironically, the CR incident happened about one week after LaSorda was named as CEO.
LaSorda was actually engaged with Fisker and named to the board back in December, and was named CEO in late February, just a week or two before that fateful day Consumer Reports strode into a dealership...
 

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doug said:
Fabulist said:
"The shutdown of the Karma in the Consumer Reports test prompted the company to hire Mr. LaSorda."

I am pretty sure the move to hire LaSorda was well underway before the CR debacle.
Yes. Ironically, the CR incident happened about one week after LaSorda was named as CEO.
The Times as well as many others have would like nothing more than to see new companies fail. The best revenge is "success.". If all of us keep driving these beautiful cars around town as ambassadors while Fisker shows its customer loyalty and commitment to theirl owners...we all know this will be a great company for years to come! Henrick Fisker has the same initials as a previous car pioneer whose last name was Ford. Coincidence or just "Good Karma". :) :fisker:
 

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naples29 said:
The Times as well as many others have would like nothing more than to see new companies fail. The best revenge is "success.". If all of us keep driving these beautiful cars around town as ambassadors while Fisker shows its customer loyalty and commitment to theirl owners...we all know this will be a great company for years to come! Henrick Fisker has the same initials as a previous car pioneer whose last name was Ford. Coincidence or just "Good Karma". :) :fisker:
+1 :fisker::thumbup::thumbup::thumbup::fisker:
 

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Fabulist said:
FredFriendly said:
See the link here:
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/04/business/fisker-seeks-federal-loans-to-build-nina-in-delaware.html?hpw
I expect greater journalistic integrity from NY Times than saying stuff like:

"The shutdown of the Karma in the Consumer Reports test prompted the company to hire Mr. LaSorda."

I am pretty sure the move to hire LaSorda was well underway before the CR debacle.
Integrity and the NY Times? Not two words I would use in the same book, not to mention sentence.
 

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Fabulist said:
FredFriendly said:
See the link here:
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/04/business/fisker-seeks-federal-loans-to-build-nina-in-delaware.html?hpw
I expect greater journalistic integrity from NY Times than saying stuff like:

Isn't that an oxymoron?
 
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