The bragging rights are in dispute as to who is best wired for speed among the Big Three. It was harder to determine by the end of e-Friday, the last day of the University of Michigan Management Briefing Seminars in Traverse City earlier this month. General Motors Corp. threw out some serious numbers and claims it is wired for e-commerce and ready to lead the race in terms of revving up development speed and gearing down on waste. “I think they're just starting their FastCar and we're ...

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