GM in bankruptcy

This overview of the impact of a GM bankruptcy gives some insight into the complexity that all parties will face.…

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Forget Madoff, SEC Ignored GM/UAW Bailout Risk

Earlier this year, I filed a complaint with the Securities and Exchange Commission on behalf of autoworkers pointing out that…

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Asian Auto Companies Lead Race to Bottom

The Senate Republicans favorite Auto companies are leading the race to the bottom – not in their Asian sweatshops but…

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D.C. to Detroit: "Drop Dead"

For Wall Street, $7 trillion, no questions asked. For Main Street, bupkus.  Believe it or not this suggests to me…

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The Death of the Auto Industry?

Snake oil salesman, um, I mean Nobel Prize economist Paul Krugman is once again doing what economists seem incapable of…

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The Way We’ll Watch

An interesting look at the impact of new technologies on the film business. The Way We’ll Watch – WSJ.com  

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A Way Out for the Auto Industry

It’s not about competition – it’s about our standard of living Opponents of the government loans to the Big Three…

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Auto Rescue: Enough Rope to Support a Hanging Man

A deal appears to be in the works to keep the Big Three on life support. Bloomberg.com: Worldwide  

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UAW Chief Doesn’t Get It

Looking for something more to take out of the hides of workers to satisfy Wall Street, Republican Senator Corker demanded…

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Is UAW Violating Rights Owed to Retirees?

The UAW continues its descent into obsolescence today with an announcement that it will offer more concessions to help the…

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