Coming "Good GM" - after 3rd largest bankruptcy in U.S. history

Bloomberg says GM to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Monday


Bloomberg is reporting that General Motors will join Chrysler in filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Monday. The move is widely expected, but the news agency is adding a bit of flesh to the story, suggesting that what promises to be the third-largest bankruptcy in U.S. history (after Lehman Bros. and Worldcom) will indeed result in the sale of most of the automaker's assets to a new company (likely the oft-discussed "Good GM"). GM's worldwide assets have been reported to be $91 billion against a total liability of $176.4 billion as of December 31.

Comment: Federal government to own some 70% of it!

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