John Stoll

Reporter, Wall Street Journal

Guest

Reporter in the Detroit bureau of the Wall Street Journal, covering the auto industry.

John Stoll on KCRW

President Obama’s automobile task force is in Michigan this week to
assess the so-called “viability plans” of Chrysler and General Motors. The task
force already has determined not…

Car Sales Drive off the Proverbial Cliff

President Obama’s automobile task force is in Michigan this week to assess the so-called “viability plans” of Chrysler and General Motors. The task force already has determined not…

from To the Point

Tomorrow's the day for Chrysler and General Motors to file restructuring plans in exchange for federal bailout money they got last fall.

Obama Awaits Auto Restructuring Plans, Cools on 'Car Czar'

Tomorrow's the day for Chrysler and General Motors to file restructuring plans in exchange for federal bailout money they got last fall.

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