Why GM's Plan Won't Work - Its cars are unexciting. Fixed costs -- Especially for health care and pensions -- Are untenable. And it's a cash-flow-negative company, consuming more than it makes. How can General Motors Survive? CEO Rick Wagoner is finally considering closing plants to reduce overcapacity, and GM does have some desirable non-auto holdings. But if management doesn't radically change ...
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