The Detroit automaker is recalling certain vehicles of the following models: The recall includes about 97, vehicles in the United States and 20, outside, including about 4, in Canada. About 4, are in dealer hands and can't be sold until they are repaired. Automotive News reported the recall Thursday, citing a notice sent to dealers.
In the early s, IBM failed to adjust to the personal computer revolution and thus began their downfall. The company adjusted their focus back on hardware instead of software solutions. Today, after going through several transitions, IBM is one of the most powerful names in enterprise software.
They turned their luck around with new management. Jack Schofield breaks down what went wrong at IBM and why their master plan failed to deliver.
Their stores used to be the place where you went to buy clothes for work, church, and children. This lead to the mass exodus of its loyal customers.
By the time Mike Ullman took over it was too late to fix the damages that had been done. Today, their online and catalog business is what keeps them alive. Panos Mourdoukoutas explains a strategic mistake that still haunts JCPenney.
Their stores only sold scarves, ties, and cufflinks, but it turned out men were mostly buying their ties when they bought shirts. In the chain store was bought by Frandi SpA Group and has since benefited from being able to sell its products under their brand.
They changed the game in the mobile industry by offering a device with an arched keyboard. Just a few years later the entire mobile industry started focusing on bigger touchscreen displays, while BlackBerry was more concerned about protecting what it already had.
Failing to adapt to changes, in the CEO John Chen announced that BlackBerry was out the smartphone manufacturing business and that the company has built a new strategy.
MySpace MySpace, a website that was once the dominating social networking until Facebook came onto the scene. Because of the growth of Facebook, MySpace started seeing a decline of their users and decided to change its niche.
The flexibility and free expression allowed on the myspace platform was once its biggest differentiator had become the most common reason for users leaving. In the company changed its focus from social networking to entertainment and music only. But later that year MySpace fired nearly employees after a sustained loss of users.
Amy Lee describes how the social network fell apart. Their customers started to complain about the custom ECS chipsets, which failed to match the features of the PC and Mac display hardware at the time. Commodore failed to innovate and filed for bankruptcy in Sears Sears, a department store company, had one the tallest towers in the world in and was in general a success.
But when a new generation of large retailers like Walmart and Kmart came around, Sears lost sight of what they were good at. Sears used to be a place that helped conjure dreams of a better American life, offering anything from dresses to sewing machines.
The competitors shifted away from the general store model, while Sears found it difficult to adapt to the changing consumer tastes. The company to this day continues to experience declining in-store foot traffic and sales because they have a tough time shifting to digital.
Sears continues to lose money and is cutting the hours, pay and headcount of retail staff to save cash. This all causing the stores and customer experience to worsen.
Recently Sears announced that they are closing about stores nationwide. Built more than years ago, the store had it all and was a huge success. Why not start a cable television channel selling their merchandise? Instead of forcing customers to go to an actual store, the store came to them via the QVC channel.
It worked because it was more convenient to the customers. But the numbers say otherwise, as revenue continues to fall. Hitachi Japanese brand Hitachi used to be an electronic giant together with SonyPanasonicand Sharp.
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In late October DSV exhibited at the Alpaca Fiesta which is celebrated in the city of Arequipa, Peru every 4 years. It is the most important event in the Alpaca industry as it gathers everyone from the entire value chain from breeding to fashion in one place.
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Louis Chevrolet and ousted General Motors founder William C. Durant started the company on November 3, as the Chevrolet Motor Car Company. The Volkswagen Group started building and selling cars in China in , and despite growing competition, its sales in China have increased big time: In , the group sold million cars.