Reckoning day for General Motors

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Today is a big day for General Motors. They are preparing to announce how they plan to repay the $13.4 billion loan Congress doled out late last year. Workers at GM plants are anxiously awaiting to hear the detail of the plan, too, because their union is in the middle of negotiating a health care plan with the automaker. Nick Bunkley has been covering this developing story for our partner, the New York Times, and he joins us now.

For more, read Nick Bunkley's and Bill Vlasic's article, Union Talks Seen as Key as G.M. Makes Case for Funds in today's New York Times.

Guests:

Nick Bunkley

Hosted by:

Daljit Dhaliwal

Comments [1]

Leon Freilich

DETROIT LAYOFFS

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Now whitecollars

Result nocollars

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Feb. 17 2009 12:39 PM

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