• DM Posted: 8/6/2008 12:50am PDT

    You know what? I think I somewhat agree with this. GM quality has improved; although I would attribute most of that to the quality of work put in by the employees. I work for a big bank that's drowning with this mortgage mess. Our CEO is doing nothing to fix it. At least Rick's trying...

  • WS Posted: 8/6/2008 11:19am PDT

    Rick Wagoner inherited 20 years of bad decision making at GM. A complete lack of attention to small and mid-size car development over that time has cost them dearly and will continue to cost them over the next several years. Beginning with the fwd shift in their mid-size cars in 1988, GM began a pattern of replacing desirable products with less-desirable products, causing their slow deterioration in market share.