Why the Obama era ‘car czar’ thinks striking autoworkers risk overplaying their hand


Steven Rattner says the gap in pay between workers and auto executives is "unconscionable."

He was the lead adviser for the Obama administration when the government bailed out auto companies in 2009. Now, he is weighing in on the union strikes against the big 3 American automakers.

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