Some may say GM lost it's ABILITY to manage in the 1970s when they discounted the threat of the imports, and continued to give away the farm to the UAW with the intention of passing the costs to the consumers forever, or until their management team retired fully vested with stock options vested.
But I digress. Hip-hip-hooray for the current management who acts like they might have a clue, and I'm glad another plant will open and more jobs will be created.
I apologize if these comments are off topic, and belong in the Edge. I'll shut up and go stand in the corner now.
There are times for thinking, and times for acting, but the art is in the balance