GM is Public Again

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Neal Boudette, Detroit bureau chief for The Wall Street Journal, on GM's return to being a publicly traded company.


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Comments [3]

Ho hum

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.

Nov. 18 2010 10:43 AM
ann from nyc

Is my old stock worth anything today?

Nov. 18 2010 10:43 AM

what is the category exactly?

reconstituted bankrupt companies? emerging markets? usa companies? risky bets? unknown values? obama pets? that us giants learned a lesson?

Nov. 18 2010 10:43 AM

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