• Mr. D Posted: 12/4/2009 8:19am PST

    Poor GM. It just can't see to get out of its own way. I have to give Whiteacre one thing he doesn't was time to addressing issues. Let's hope that this includes getting rid of all of those smoke and mirrors that GM is now using to delude itself that its vehicles are better than what is coming out of Europe and Japan in terms of either quality or performance. I feel sorry for Lutz, just one more step and he is out the door. Whiteacre, who is no spring chicken, should have better respect for a fellow senior like Lutz.

  • GMC Posted: 12/4/2009 2:11pm PST

    You have to respect Lutz for sticking with GM this long

  • marquis Posted: 12/4/2009 2:31pm PST

    Gee...all these press conferences and staff changes, and new plans, are so inspiring. To any CEO who's being recruited, it seems like GM really is damaged goods.

  • Maritza Magnify Posted: 12/4/2009 2:50pm PST

    Well, holding ANYONE at GM accountable for ANYTHING would be an improvement. How many promises of change & sales upticks over the years have they made and then they're never heard from again.

  • Sam Son Posted: 12/6/2009 2:09am PST

    You can only get so far on having a good name and the patriotism of your consumers. I hope all these promised changes and improvements are for real this time.