GM serves up some red meat for Congress

Having looked over the plans from Detroit’s three carmakers that will—they hope—get them financing from the federal government, I have to say that General Motors by far had the most sweeping action to try to remake itself. Of course, GM also has the most work to do and, judging from its own characterizations, the most pressing need for cash.

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