Democratic leadership in Washington says CEOs of the Detroit Three must return next month and argue once again for a $25 billion bailout, a directive superseding an 11th-hour bipartisan package crafted last night by Senate members. This time General Motors Corp., Ford Motor Co. and Chrysler LLC will have to submit to Congress detailed plans for long-term viability ahead of Senate and House hearings the week of Dec. 2. “Executives of the auto companies have not been able to convince the ...
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