Seeing The Beauty Part Of Gm's `Uglies'
It's the deal that has Detroit auto executives scratching their heads. Why is a high-flying New York investment firm buying four aged General Motors Corp. parts plants--especially plants so problem-plagued that GM included them among a dozen underperforming factories it dubbed "the uglies"?
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