GM, Ford Prepare for Congress
General Motors' (GM) board was meeting on Dec. 1 to review a plan that management hopes will persuade Congress to lend the company about $12 billion in public funds. Collectively, Detroit wants $25 billion in bridge loans. The plan includes moves that will cut executive pay, narrow the cost gap vs. Japanese carmakers, and review several of its brands for sale or cuts.
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