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Rescued GM has a short memory

General Motors' plans for job cuts, ten years after its bailout, draws criticism.

Female Saudi car buff is hope for future

An Automotive News reader writes that the story of the Saudi woman and car buff, Amjad Alamri, and change in the Saudi automotive market gives him hope for the future.


GM worker transfers come with asterisk

In a letter to the editor, an Automotive News reader questions GM's approach to hiring temporary employees while workers await transfers.

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Lack of leadership killed the Volt

Mary Barra's decision to kill the Volt demonstrates a lack of leadership at General Motors, according to one Automotive News reader.


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Cabin story raises more questions

A UAW retiree raises more questions about the construction of a lakefront cabin for a retired UAW president amid a corruption scandal.


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Hydrogen highway will need big spending

Fuel cells must play catch-up to battery-electrics and both need to address fuel availability concerns before they will complete with gasoline.


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Hyundai needs to find its way back

Hyundai needs to refocus on the things it did well during its success of 1999-2011, according to one Automotive News reader.


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GM is doing just what it should

General Motors is on the right track with its global strategy for research and development, writes one Automotive News reader.


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Are there secret chips in cars, too?

The news that microchips were implanted in server motherboards manufactured in China has one reader questioning electronic modifications of anything made in China.


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How can U.S. be a leader now?

America's days of leading the global automotive industry are long past, says one reader, and the U.S. is now hiding behind import tariffs.


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Those who failed did so admirably

A reader notes that the hundreds of dealers who failed in the crash through no fault of their own deserve recognition for honesty and integrity.


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Cadillac fiasco just another misstep

A reader is critical of Cadillac's leadership, saying the company has been plagued by a series of expensive fiascos, most recently highlighted by the moves to New York and now back to Detroit.


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