GM's CEO steps down. If you had the job, how would you save the American car?

Monday, March 30, 2009 - 12:58 PM

Rick Wagoner, CEO of General Motors Corp., is stepping down. The move came at the request of President Obama, who is seeking to reform the U.S. car industry in a gloomy economic climate. So it's time for a job interview -- If you were in charge at GM, how would you save the American car?

What's your take? Leave a comment below or record your story at 1-877-8-MY-TAKE.
  "If I were the new CEO of GM, I'd have to find a way to get people to actually see reality..." (3/30/2009)

  "My plan is to change its name to Twitter and hope I can trick someone into buying it..." (3/30/2009)

  "I'd make a product people wanted to buy..." (3/30/2009)

  "Every car and truck would be a plug-in hybrid..." (3/30/2009)

  "I would take GM and Chrysler back to being transportation companies..." (3/30/2009)

  "The first thing I'd do is bring back all the jobs that GM outsourced..." (3/30/2009)

  "Take that sucker private..." (3/30/2009)


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