I tend to disagree with Jerry Flint often. He seems like he's still reporting from 1955, but every once in awhile I see a spark. His column this week covers the year in review for GM, from upcoming Fiat troubles, to healthcare concerns, to inventories that could choke Oprah (she'd have to give away a hell of a lot more cars to quell the 1.2 million unit stockpile GM is sitting on). He also points out that GM is in some trouble, but appears to be acting accordingly and gives a warning to those reports that have been popping up about GM closing shop: "I'll just remind everyone that the graveyards are full of men who underestimated American toughness and resiliency."
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