At Least Toyota & Hyundai Are Creating Jobs
I'm starting to get sick of beating up on GM. I hate to say it, as a former GM employee, but I agree with the UAW on this one completely.
“The UAW is not convinced that GM can simply shrink its way out of its current problems. What's needed is an intense focus on rebuilding GM's U.S. market share, and the way to get there is by offering the right product mix of vehicles with world-class design and quality,” said UAW Vice President Richard Shoemaker, who directs negotiations with GM.
Will Rick Wagonner take responsibility for the mess, or will he and the execs continue to rake in big paychecks for continuing the company down the death spiral?
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