A Fortune/CNN article by Barney Gimbel collects lots of tidbits about Diebold's blunders in the election business, then ends with an interesting observation:
As for Diebold, [CEO and President Thomas] Swidarski is questioning whether the election business "fits into our product portfolio." He says he'll make a decision within the next three months. But it says something that Swidarski recently ordered the name "Diebold" removed from the front of the voting equipment. Why? A spokesman would only say, "It was a strategic decision on the part of the corporation."