Mr. Toyota made a statement that fixing safety problems is a number one priority.When asked if he was satisfied with that statement Joe Biden stated, "I think we should hear what Mr. General Motors has to say."
General Motors Co. CEO Frederick "Fritz" Henderson stepped down Tuesday after the board determined that the company wasn't changing quickly enough. Henderson defended his record saying that by 2012 GM would be making cars that didn't require their engines to be cranked.
The Wall Street Journal reported today that Chrysler has restarted talks with General Motors about combining the two ailing automakers. This has as much chance of success as Dick Cheney and Plaxico Burress joining together to teach a course on gun safety.