April 4, 2018

Chart Subhead of the Day

Hey, it's a coveted award!

The WSJ News Pages publishes a story on sales slowdown in the rooftop solar industry, driven by less aggressive sales practices by the big players:

SolarCity grew with help from a hard-charging sales culture. Before being acquired by Tesla, the company, which was run by Lyndon Rive, the cousin of Tesla founder Elon Musk, tapped salespeople from the mortgage industry and Las Vegas casinos to sell solar panels, and gave them aggressive quotas, according to current and former managers and employees interviewed by The Wall Street Journal.

But you gotta have a chart:

SolarSlowdown.jpg

Oil and Energy Posted by John Kranz at April 4, 2018 1:34 PM
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