Wal-Mart creates a form of mathematics not taught in any school. It's called Wal-Math, and it works this way: 1 job created by Wal-Mart, minus 1 job killed at a smaller retailer = 1 job.
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I know I'll never forget that horrible sight,
I guess I found out for myself that everyone was right.
Won't come back from Dead Man's Curve.
This is not a worker problem, it's a management problem. Autoworkers produce quality products. It was management that decided what those products would be.
Let's be clear about this: The only way to save GM is to kill GM. Saving our precious industrial infrastructure, though, is another matter and must be a top priority.
DETROIT — The speed at which General Motors Corp. exits bankruptcy protection would depend a lot on the shape the company is in when it enters. GM h...
"Judicial activism" (or, alternatively, "legislating from the bench") is defined -- no matter what your political beliefs -- as "judges not ruling the...
Some doubters on this website have advocated "pulling the plug on Detroit." Instead, I invite you to plug in to the power of American ingenuity and American transformation.
DETROIT -- The government will hold a large share of a restructured General Motors after the company emerges from bankruptcy protection, and will prov...
A world where the president bristles at contract rights to marshal the huge resources of government in a war against investors is a world where companies will find it very hard to borrow.
We so completely lack an industrial policy that we are presently working to spend money to maintain our car market while decimating U.S. domestic car producers.
We all know that the car occupies a central position in our way of life, yet aside from adding DVD players and coffee cup holders, we've done little to integrate ideas from the rest of our society.
There are many ironies in the Detroit saga, but most striking is the fact that state "socialism" may finally turn North America's car industry players into capitalists.
So here's what is next: Chrysler's hedge funds will make money on the deal because the courts will award something.
Surely there is nothing new about double standards in business and finance, especially in the current crisis. In fact, there may even be a rising double standard for what constitutes a double standard.
AIG Chairman Edward M. Liddy gets the Creep of the Week award for his stunning, overwhelming, dumbfounding display of cluelessness.
Congress could throw hundreds of billions at GM, Ford and Chrysler -- but how could the results be any different from what we see now?'
Why does Detroit get only 10% of what the banks and Wall Street have been loaned?
If the centralized, organized mouthpiece for labor is destroyed, then so is the only advocacy vehicle available to the nonunion worker.
DETROIT — The United Auto Workers and Ford Motor Co. said Monday they agreed to let the automaker change how it pays for a health care trust fun...
The failures of the "Big 3" had nothing to do with union workers, as the GOP has been saying. It had to do with the fact that these industries didn't adapt to the times
Congress cannot let the Jeep die in bankruptcy. Congress must not fail the U.S. auto industry. Doing so would be abandoning the core of the American economy -- manufacturing.
Big businesses and the GOP have taken a short-term, greedy look at their economic self-interest and determined they must fight the Employee Free Choice Act with all the weapons at their disposal.
Incidentally, GM got another $4 billion Tuesday after turning in their plan. Were you ever rewarded that much just for doing your homework?
Talks between the United Auto Workers and General Motors Corp central to a turnaround plan for the struggling automaker have broken down over the issu...
The bill passed by Congress yesterday throws a one-two punch at our auto industry and consumers.
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