Chrysler’s CEO, Sergio Marchionne, says he’ll have a new business plan for the bailed out automaker by November, Reuters reports. He says getting the numbers together, and figuring out the path to profitability is a lot harder than he thought.
This seems a bit strange to us. GM at least appears to have an idea about where it’s going. How did Chrysler get bailed out without a plan?
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