William Holstein, author of Why GM Matters: Inside the Race to Transform an American Icon, discusses the economic landscape facing the auto giants and whether GM can be sufficiently restructured to once again become a viable, competitive company.
William J. Holstein
William J. Holstein is an author, writer and magazine editor. Before Why GM Matters: Inside the Race to Transform an American Icon, (Walker and Co.), he wrote two other books, Manage the Media and The Japanese Power Game. He has written for United Press International, Business Week, The New York Times and Fortune magazine and served as an editor for a decade for Business Week, managing the magazine's Asian coverage.
He covered the American economy and the auto industry for U.S. News.