Let's start with the obvious problems: The Pontiac Solstice roadster comes out at the end of the season for top-down driving, not the beginning; the Cadillac names (DTS, XLR, STS, SRX, CTS) make no sense; the G6 rollout is so slow, all impact is lost (the sedan came last fall, the coupe eight months later, the convertible a year after that). All this is a sign of an organization that doesn't work. GM leaders don't have the power to actually get anything done. No one has authority, ...

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