• delta avatar delta Posted: 2/4/2012 12:38am PST

    William Roxburgh-Mcconnell has taken a bitter pill.Sound pathetic at his age to express his need for $$$$$$.At his age he is done.

  • fb_1376616026 avatar Doug Posted: 9/5/2011 6:37am PDT

    Bob "The Klutz" Lutz, the Silver Albatross, is a sign of doom for GM once more, as he was for Exide Battery, Chrysler ("the Viper") and Ford.

  • fgiantonio avatar fgiantonio Posted: 9/3/2011 6:41pm PDT

    It seems that the automotive press is in love with Bob Lutz... but he was one of the problems at GM .. and now he's back.... so let's watch GM go into the toilet again!

  • fb_100001736405137 avatar Manto Posted: 9/5/2011 3:44am PDT

    GM should pay their executives less and spend more on Research, development etc I doubt they will do that since it is not in the genes of CEO. God how much $$$ a person needs to live a good life? 100 millions? It is the arrogance of these CEO in US that many buy Japanese. Korean cars.

  • fb_100000069788770 avatar William Posted: 9/2/2011 2:54pm PDT

    I cannot believe BL, great auto guy but from one autoczar-72 GM Corp versus BL-80 I need this assignment better than BL.
    What is the reported consultancy fee!!!!!
    BL does not need the dinero-just transfer to my Swiss account

  • fb_1491948054 avatar Kurt Posted: 9/3/2011 6:36am PDT

    @William, GM's press release didn't list his fee, but just for comparison GM paid Fritz Henderson $2,954.50 per hour as a "consultant" back in early 2010. Do you think Bob Lutz would work for less?