A lot of people in the automotive industry have gotten into the habit of making their customers rich and then demanding a return on their investment.
That is what happens when you have the resources and the means to do it.
That has happened with the likes of Porsche and Volkswagen.
And it has happened a lot in the last year.
There is a growing chorus of criticism, both from the press and from investors, that the industry is being run for the benefit of insiders, and the automotive sector is not getting a fair shake.
But that is a misconception.
Here’s why: The biggest problem with the industry has nothing to do with the insiders who are in charge.
It has everything to do the way the system is set up.
The system is rigged in favor of the insiders.
The way the incentives are set up is a system designed to ensure that the insiders have the most at stake.
The big winners are the manufacturers.
That’s because they have the biggest incentive to keep selling the cars that they’re making, and they have a huge incentive to stay in business.
In a competitive market, that incentive has the biggest impact on who wins.
In the last 15 years, the industry generated $3.5 trillion in new sales, with the bulk of it going to the big automakers.
They’re the biggest beneficiaries.
What’s more, in many cases, the big winners have no qualms about profiting off of the backs of the average customer.
In 2014, the biggest winners were Ford, which had $2.6 trillion in sales; General Motors, which got $2 trillion; and Chrysler, which received $1 trillion.
They’ve made a profit of more than $1 billion each.
This is not a case of the rich getting richer.
This was a case where the big players got a fair share of the money.
What does this mean for us?
It means that when the companies that are really making the money, the major players, start to worry that they might be losing money, they don’t go out and get in on the action.
Instead, they sit back and watch.
The rules of the game, which have been set up so that the biggest companies are the ones with the greatest incentive to survive, are rigged in their favor.
So in other words, the more that we start to think that the system isn’t working for us, the harder it is for us to fight back.
This raises an important question: How does the system protect the big corporations?
The answer is, it doesn’t.
It protects the insiders and makes it harder for the rest of us to do what the big companies want.
What do you think is the real story behind the huge profits?
Why do the big car companies have such a big stake in the success of their products?
The first thing you have to do is understand that the incentives for the big auto companies are rigged.
If you look at the system, you’ll see that the big manufacturers are the big losers.
This means that they don.
They get rewarded for making a car and then they get the most out of that car by making it more expensive.
They don’t make any more because they don, and that means they get to keep making more of it.
So, they get a greater return on investment than the rest.
They also get to pay the big investors lots of money to keep them going.
But, of course, the investment in making that car has nothing whatsoever to do, at all, with a fair return on the investment.
There’s a huge difference between the amount of money that a car company gets for making the car and the amount that it gets for keeping it running.
The amount of investment that the manufacturer gets for building the car is irrelevant to the success or failure of the car.
The difference between a good car and a bad car is the quality of the vehicle.
The car manufacturer gets the best quality of vehicle, and if the car has an accident, the manufacturer loses money.
If the car doesn’t have a problem, the car maker gets to keep the profit.
If it’s a big car, the factory gets to pay off the owners of the factory and keep making cars.
The factory gets a massive return on its investment, which is why the average consumer is going to buy the car if it’s good.
It’s not going to get much if it doesn.
But if it isn’t, it’s going to make the manufacturer’s product much more expensive to make.
And that’s the way it’s set up: the big company is the big loser.
The bigger the loss on the investments made by the big guy, the bigger the profit for the company.
The only thing that matters is the amount invested in the car that you get.
So what’s the point of making a vehicle that’s going fast if the driver can’t keep up with the speedometer?
The point is to make a vehicle so fast that the driver cannot keep up. In other