DETROIT (Reuters) – General Motors Corp on Monday unveiled an unusually frank advertisement acknowledging it had "disappointed" and sometimes even "betrayed" American consumers as it lobbies to clinch the federal aid it needs to stay afloat into next month.
"While we're still the U.S. sales leader, we acknowledge we have disappointed you," the ad said. "At times we violated your trust by letting our quality fall below industry standards and our designs became lackluster."
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Answer by brandyj at 2:30 PM on Dec. 8, 2008
If they were doing something to change the way the operate (besides asking government for money) and had no plans on asking for more, I would see it as them trying to own their mistakes. But the fact that they will be back in Jan. asking for more money just makes the comment ring hollow and insincere. JMO.
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