Yo, GeeWhy -- you need another "i" in the title. "Liaisons."
Thanks...7:30 am on a Saturday is clearly not the time for me to be breaking out the French. Actually, anyone who saw me in action in Sr. Grace's French class at Powers knows I should probably stick with English.
I'm trying to find the wisdom in this merger. How will GM reconcile yet another set of competing lines? With GM stock at $5, it makes more sense for Renault to buy GM, since Renault has few, if any, competing brands, and they'll get a huge dealer network to sell their efficient diesel cars. It doesn't matter how much money a GM-Chrysler would save if they continue to lose their derrières in the marketplace.
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