The New York Times profiles Brian Deese, the 31 (not a typo) year old behind the Obama administration’s efforts to save the U.S. auto industry…who has no experience in said auto industry or in business in general.
Now, in all fairness, as we all know, many of the men and women working in politics are young. Of course, most of them are not charged with restructuring vast swaths of the U.S. economy they have no first hand experience with in the middle of a financial crisis.
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