WHACKED—How GM Careened into Bankruptcy and Took the Innocent with Them —is a fascinating study of the leadership and the decisions that resulted in General Motors declaring bankruptcy in 2009.Students will learn about the impact of global car wars, and how the billions of dollars, received by the multi-national, U.S. based General Motors from Canadian governments, destroyed the net worth of thousands of workers, investors, and its customers.WHACKED also covers issues such as: compensation plans based on short-term corporate profits, the impact of foreign competition, alternative corporate structures, ethics and character in the workplace, and Canadian franchise law.
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Published April 30, 2013
by General Store Publishing House.
Business & Economics.