Kenneth Elias

Partner, Maryann Keller and Associates

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Partner at Maryann Keller & Associates, an automotive consulting firm based in Connecticut

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Democrats want  $25 billion for Ford, Chrysler and GM, which auto experts warn could go under before the end of the year.

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Democrats want $25 billion for Ford, Chrysler and GM, which auto experts warn could go under before the end of the year.

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