Page values for "The Big 3-2-1"

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_creationDateDatetimeDecember 7, 2008 7:28:51 PM
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The Big 3-2-1

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TopicPageEconomic crisis of 2008
Position_fragmentStringUnited States should bail out the automobile industry
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United States should bail out the automobile industry

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SourcePageThe Philadelphia Inquirer
DateDateDecember 7, 2008
URLURLhttp://www.philly.com/inquirer/opinion/20081207_Editorial__Auto_Bailout.html
QuoteText"Perhaps the biggest shortcoming in these announced restructurings is that there are no plans to replace current management. The executive teams at Ford and Chrysler are fairly new, but GM has been run by the same executives and board for years. GM chief G. Richard Wagoner made $24 million last year. Why should taxpayers provide loans to reward the same management that allowed GM to drift into chaos? Congress should insist on new management as a condition of a cash infusion."
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The Big 3-2-1 by The Philadelphia Inquirer editorial board (The Philadelphia Inquirer, December 7, 2008) (view)