That is all I am going to say to this flame-bait, trolling of yours.
So, back to the subject, do you have any thoughts on it, or is this strictly you trolling my threads?
I will not comment back to you unless your on topic. I am not going to play the troll game with you. I got better things to do.
I'm just glad that you may have learned a lesson from this and will follow the rules in the future.
GM needs to revamp its service business, financial arm business, as well as leverage any patents it produces through R&D. Furthermore, if GM can branch out into supplying parts for other means of transportation it can diversify into related fields to reduce market risk.
Like all firms, GM isn't JUST about cars, it is principally about providing value to customers.
"If your opponent is of choleric temperament, seek to irritate him." - Sun Tzu
About 2001ish, the company I work for had a big scandal where the executive officer was basically cooking the books to hide that our branch of the multinational(home corp is actually Canadian) was losing money. He and most of the rest of the executives where fired, and a new XO and plant manager where brought in who had never worked in the auto industry. Two years later we were pulling a nice profit.
Moderator's Warning: Just going to say this one. Leave the other forum gurdges OUT of this thread or you'll be escorted out of it. Keep to the topic.
"I am appalled that somebody who is the nominee...would take that kind of position"
"A court took away a presidency"
"...the brother of a man running for president was the governor of the state..."
It's horrifying because Trump is blunt instead of making overt implications.
I see no problem in appointing someone who knows diddly squat about cars to run a Vehicle manufacturing business.
In much the same way we appoint (elect) politicians to run our society.
Look at the great job they have done thus far.