How Chrysler Saved the Last Auto Plant in Detroit

Dec. 12 (Bloomberg) –- The story of the desperation, drive and determination that saved Chrysler's Jefferson North Plant from crumbling into the ashes of despair that surround the factory on Detroit's mean east side is best told through the people who lived it. Bloomberg talks to the workers and managers who lived through it all: How they took a poorly performing plant and turned it into the company's best performing plant. (Source: Bloomberg)

Ex-SEC Commissioner Atkins on IPOs and Regulations
34:52 - Paul Atkins, founder and chief executive officer at Patomak Global Partners and former SEC commissioner, discusses the changes in how companies approach Initial Public Offerings, the role of regulations in protecting investors, and his potential for him to join the Trump administration. He speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas." (Source: Bloomberg)
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