Wondering what has come of Rick Wagoner since he was jettisoned from General Motors prior to the company's historic bankruptcy? The former Duke basketball player has stayed far away from the spotlight over the past year, but that hiatus ends effective immediately. Automotive News reports that Wagoner has accepted a spot on the board of directors of the Washington Post. Wagoner is the 11th member of the board, which also includes the extremely rich and extremely powerful Warren Buffet and Melinda
Fritz Henderson went to Washington to have a word the folks who wrote the $50 billion check to keep General Motors alive. While there, he answered a few questions put forth from The Washington Post about that investment and the "new" company created with it. His answers are sound, but qualified and a bit vague – that's to be expected, since the economic storm isn't anywhere close to being over.
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