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Boston Legal - Detroit Branch

Jim Dollinger
Sunday, March 8, 2009

"In today's atmosphere there is virtually no likelihood of outsiders taking over the management of General Motors. The system stresses longevity and loyalty. And as long as the sheer size of the corporation continues to ring up acceptable profits, there will never be pressure from the outside members of the board of directors to bring in fresh management blood. Therefore, the vehicle for internal change does not exist in the corporation today. This situation leads to the conclusion that General Motors is incapable of changing. If so, in the end, change may be forced on GM from the outside."

JZD 1979


Denny Crane, name's on the sign.