Auto CEOs Back to Detroit After Fresh Bailout Plea

The chiefs of the Big Three automakers finish testifying to Congress for a $34 billion bailout. No more than $10 billion is expected soon, if at all

The CEOs of Detroit's Big Three automakers began their journeys back to Michigan on Dec. 5 in cars, rather than corporate planes, after two days of draining testimony before both houses of Congress, with no more than hope that lawmakers will pass legislation next week granting taxpayer loans to keep them out of bankruptcy.

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