Once this country's largest and most successful corporation, General Motors has now fallen into bankruptcy. Back in the 1950s, during its heyday, Richard Underwood and his family knew and worked with some of General Motors' top executives. Underwood worked at GM Central Office and at Chevrolet Central Office in Detroit, Michigan. The author combines his inside observer's view of its rise and historic fall with a brief memoir of his life both before and after working at the corporation.It made $1.68 billionin thefirst quarter, up8.1 percent fromthe previous year (WSJ, August 26, 2008). ... Times reported (August 22, 2008) that GM would go allout producingthe Chevrolet Cruze and discontinue the Chevrolet Cobalt small car.
|Title||:||My Years With General Motors and Other Stories|
|Author||:||Richard A. Underwood|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2010-06-07|