Who Is Driving?
US Government bails out General Motors and Chrysler with $17 Billion loan Ex-GM CEO Wagoner retires with $8.6 million Rattner Resigns as Obama’s Point Man on the Auto Industry After Six Months Rattner, Former Auto Task Force Head, Seeks Plea Deal Mercedes, Lexus top ranking of U.S. dealerships Lawmaking is …
Famous Quiz: Goverment Motors Edition
Who am I? I made millions off of General Motors. My kids attend private school. Hollywood loves me. You make the call: Ken Lay Dick Cheney Hillary Clinton Jack Abramoff Michael Moore Alright, we all see where this is going. Michael Moore jump-started his career on the back of GM …
Obama’s Resume Keeps Getting More Impressive
I, for one, welcome our new automaker overlords. (Above picture of Obama discussing GM on C-SPAN was spotted on ABCNews.com yesterday)
PUMA [Piss Ur Money Away]
And now for dumbest thing we’ve read all day. [are you serious, GM?] General Motors Corp. is teaming with Segway Inc., maker of the upright, self-balancing scooters, to build a new type of two-wheeled vehicle designed to move easily through congested urban streets… … GM has slashed product-development programs, advertising …
Who Should Obama Install as CEO of General Motors?
Besides this guy , who would make a good CEO at GM? Patrick Ruffini seems to think Mitt Romney would. Let’s take it to a vote: Who Should Obama Install as CEO of General Motors? ( online surveys)
Why Do the Redskins Continue to Poop the Nest?
According to our friends at the DC Pro Sports Report, the answer is quite simple: Dan Synder. The problem is, Dan Snyder doesn’t know how to be the GM of an NFL team. He’s the worst sort of ignoramus — the kind who thinks he’s got it all covered and …
Congressional PR Stunt Falls a Few Miles Short
Rep. Eric Massa, the newest elected member from NY, decided to play Leo DiCaprio for a day and insist he drive a hydrogen fuel cell car from NY to DC before his congressional swearing in. One problem: The trip to DC is just under 300 miles and the fuel cell …
Dodd Takes Reporters Hostage
Mike Madden is bringing the hilarity today on his Twitter page as he covers the auto bailout hearings. UPDATE 1: An hour into hearing, the Big Three CEOs are still sitting patiently waiting to begin their testimony. I will be here all day. … UPDATE 2: Chris Dodd has taken …
Jesus Chrysler! What Were They Thinking?
Note: If you’re a CEO of one of the big three automakers and you’re coming to DC to beg for money, try traveling coach. [PR nightmare]