Oct 12th 2009 1:48PM You people are deranged, the bowtie is a classic. It's simple, iconic, and highly recognizable.
Oct 8th 2009 1:40AM I'm sorry, but after Spore and what he did to SimCity, I don't care about him or his gladiator robots.
Oct 3rd 2009 1:29PM Because labor costs reflect a statistical blip on overall costs for a company's operating costs. The sheer amount of material handled over the course of constructing a vehicle means that employees will handle in about one hour enough material worth their week's pay.
In any case, the CAW wouldn't be negotiating for nothing; there's obviously a product they see as possibly coming to St. Thomas or Canada as whole. Both parties will get what they want; Ford doesn't want labor problems to interfere with their rebounding and the Canadians want jobs.
Oct 3rd 2009 1:23PM I'm a little wary of these statistics; the large numbers for UAW released last year were misleading - the cost of retiree obligations were included along with the current labor force and didn't correctly reflect the current working agreements with the work force.
Oct 2nd 2009 12:21PM "It was the first fully integrated manufacturing facility that GM had in the United States."
WHAT?! Buick had been doing the same thing in Flint since the 20s-30s.
Sep 16th 2009 1:23PM I expected most of the hold outs to come around after they saw the treatment The Beatles got.
Hopefully, this means more Rock Band Pink Floyd; Led Zeppelin and less Guitar Hero Limp Bizkit; Dragonforce.
Sep 16th 2009 1:20PM Great, now all we need is an updated Crusader Kings and my Carthaginian Empire will be fighting against Napoleon and the Axis!
Sep 12th 2009 12:14AM Having interacted with these "talented" people, I will not refute your statement, but only cringe at the prospect that the company is being run by people who are worse.
Sep 3rd 2009 2:33AM Ssh, you'll anger the critics with your logic and reason!