Calling All Cars: Chrysler reportedly repo'ing Iacocca's company rides
Maybe the government should step in and allow Iacocca to keep the cars in exchange for some help in getting Chrysler out of its most recent financial mess. After all, Lee has some experience in this matter. He used (just) $1.5 billion in government loans back in 1979 to save Chrysler from the brink. He even repaid those loans seven years early in 1983, capping one of the most legendary turnarounds in U.S. business history. That's right, he repaid the loans. What a concept. Where Have All the Leaders Gone, indeed. You can see the letter sent by Chrysler, after the jump.
[Source: FOX Business]
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