History shows you don't know what the future brings.
I'm not sure we think it's a win to talk about what you're taking out.
Most of the model consolidation we've done is behind us. There will be some fine tuning.
A lot of other things come along with Chapter 11, which basically end up in a lot of pain.
The big and the fast beat the small and the fast. If you check out the NBA today, they're big and fast.
Generally, cars were not built to sit on dealer lots. It encourages the wrong kind of behavior in the whole system.
We don't always agree on stuff, but when it's time to blow the whistle and start the game, we're not still debating.
We believe in fair exchange rates and Japan doesn't practice that. They have massive U.S. dollar reserves, and they use them to intervene regularly.
Ford, as I understand it, had done away with the concept of regional management, and now they've re-introduced that in Europe, so it's kind of a two-way street.
On Friday I was in Washington for a meeting with Administration officials. In the course of that meeting, they requested that I 'step aside' as CEO of GM, and so I have.