Reassembling Delphi: CEO aims to repair auto business


    Reassembling Delphi: CEO aims to repair auto business

    This was in Monday's WSJ, but this is a free version. As a follow up to Luke's post on Delphi, here is an interview with CEO Steve Miller, who recently renounced his salary and is taking $1 to lead Delphi out of bankruptcy.

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