Tamara Darvish is a vice president of DARCARS Automotive in Maryland, a group of thirty-four privately held franchises. She has worked in the automotive industry for more than twenty-seven years, co-leading the fight to restore the rights of dealerships nationwide. Lillie Guyer is a journalist from Detroit who has covered automotive, business, and technology sectors for more than two decades. She worked as an editorial manager in corporate communications and graduated from the University of Michigan.
Don't get me wrong, I abhor what happened to these dealers, but I expected this book to be much more of a well thought out and constructed timeline of this whole affair. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Steve Chase
a fairly one sided book. my initial thoughts were on how GM and Chrysler were saved by the government. not the case. Read morePublished 13 months ago by idontdobacon
Finally a true story how car dealers and White house, run the car industry, don't care about the people that own their businesses orPublished 15 months ago by Gail L.
This book explains the government rip off of many of the Auto dealers at the time
of the Auto Industries CRASH. Read more
Just a real frustrating read- terrible layout and whiny tone. I wanted to read the inside story of what happened here. Felt horrible for the dealers and was outraged for sure. Read morePublished on July 10, 2013 by Max Perilstein
The author speaks to you all through the book and allows you inside an industry as well as how it interfaced with the government.Published on June 8, 2013 by Bonita Z. Darvish
It arrived on time and in good condistion. he really like it better then he thought he would. At a good price.Published on January 5, 2013 by tiffany carter
While reading this book, I kept thinking how HBO should do a mini-series on the dealership culling with this book being the basis. Read morePublished on November 17, 2012 by E. Kang