by R. Michael Baiada, President and Principal of ATH Group Although on the mend, the U.S. and world economies have deteriorated over the past few years. From Wall Street to Detroit, old-line U.S. companies have taken hit after hit. But, although some missteps are recent (i.e., Toyota’s accelerator problem), the sins of the Big 3 U.S. automakers are over 40 years in the making. In the 1970s, while the Big 3 rested on their laurels, the Japanese automakers embraced a new operating ...

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