After Words with Bill Vlasic
The Detroit bureau chief for the New York Times described the financial crisis of 2008 from inside the board rooms of the nation’s big three automakers, and detailed why one survived the downturn without government assistance. He discussed his findings with the president of the American Automotive Policy Council and former Missouri Governor Matt Blunt. close
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