Neal Boudette, Detroit bureau chief for The Wall Street Journal, on GM's return to being a publicly traded company.
I've been on GM's website and I couldn't find a single vehicle that appealed to me. I don't need a truck or an SUV or an oversized sedan. And I don't need a tuna can on wheels.
I don't understand why GM can't invest more in build quality and design.
Is my old stock worth anything today?
what is the category exactly?
reconstituted bankrupt companies? emerging markets? usa companies? risky bets? unknown values? obama pets? that us giants learned a lesson?
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