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Broken Loyalty & Chipolte By James Danforth
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The top three senior executives of Chipotle have, in effect, exercised their “Golden Parachutes” in 2016, and deposited them into their bank accounts. No matter how much a company... More > spends to rebuild its reputation, once tarnished, the public never forgets. Loyalty is a combination of belief, confidence and habit. When loyalty is damaged by a serious event, loyalty’s facets are always and forever offset by lingering concerns. Major traditional retailers are having difficult times. Foot traffic is down as customers increasingly buy online from home. Firms like Chipotle rely on people getting outside, getting hungry and visiting their places for lunch or dinner. Chipotle claims a “business as usual” scenario is ok. In the most difficult year in Chipotle’s history, the CEO and CFO cashed in stock options, allowing them to pocket $75 million. With the Co-CEO announcing his so called retirement, these events support the conclusion that 2017 will be far worse than what management claims it will be.< Less
Energy & Tesla - Abbreviated Version By James Danforth
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The continuous and rapidly declining cost of solar power, combined with simultaneous declines in the cost of lithium batteries (“LB”) shown in this report has suddenly put the entire... More > global energy generation industry (28 Terrawatts of power in 2020) up for grabs. This is equivalent to $71 trillion of solar market potential, up from essentially zero in 2010. See Appendix AD for more details on this outlook. 
 Tesla’s business is growing rapidly as people and companies globally push to use more solar power and less FF’s. Solar power and electric vehicles (“EV”) extend the lives of important, finite, FF reserves. Since solar power is effectively an infinite source of clean energy, its the only real choice that we have to avoid running out of energy globally now that our civilization is so large. Solar power is also the lowest cost energy source.< Less
Energy & Tesla By James Danforth
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With the infinite supply of solar power available to us all, we can increase our standard of living over 100X versus current levels. Standards of living and quality of life increase as energy usage... More > per person increases. We can eliminate the use of fossil fuels for energy generation. They are far too limited and costly to support increases in our quality of life anymore. The continuous and rapidly declining cost of solar power, combined with simultaneous declines in the cost of lithium batteries has suddenly made the global energy generation industry (28 Terrawatts of power) ready for a complete transition to solar power. This is worth $71 trillion of solar market potential. This energy transition will create hundreds of millions of high paying, clean energy jobs over the next 30 years. 
Tesla’s business is growing rapidly as the global push to use low cost solar power and less fossil fuels takes hold with electric vehicles and more cutting our energy costs and improving our lives.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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