After a dismal first go-round in Washington, Detroit's Big Three automakers are revamping their requests for help from the government. It includes public-friendly changes like $1 CEO salaries and hybrid auto carpools, rather than private jet transportation to Capitol Hill. The US automakers' union also appears ready to make some concessions.
Ford, Chrysler, and General Motors are set to appear in-person on the Hill later this week, though some of their plans were submitted to Congress today.
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