When I traded in my last GM car in 1998, I was glad to finally be rid of it. Ugh. A decade later, GM sits on the brink of bankruptcy. I’ve added General Motors Corp. contracts to the site, including many that involve the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Go TARP!
New York Times: Thain Says He’ll Repay Remodeling Costs. John A. Thain, the former chief executive of Merrill Lynch, defended on Monday his decisions on several fronts as he made his exit from Bank of America. But Mr. Thain sounded a bit contrite about that $35,000 commode.