Why GM Matters: Inside the Race to Transform an American Icon
Author: Holstein, William
Publication:New York : Walker & Company, 2009
Edition: First Edition
Condition: Used: Very Good
Description: 267 pages; slight edge wear to jacket; spine cocked slightly; A timely look inside the world's biggeet car maker--a tightly argued, character-driven book about why GM's survival is essential to America's economic health--and how the headlines are getting it all wrong. Where critics say that GM has sat on its hands while the market changed. Holstein demonstrates that GM has already radically retooled its entire operation, from manufacturing and cost structure to design. Where pundits say we'd be better off without GM, he shows how inextricably linked GM and the nation's economy still are. Holstein examines the state of GM's health and builds a persiasive argument that GM is essential to our nation's well being
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