ClickOnDetroit Morning Briefing -- Nov. 22, 2019

Here are this morning’s top stories

General Motors-Chrysler, 2008: Amid the global economic catastrophe known as the Great Recession, GM and Chrysler planned to combine, but talks ended after GM disclosed a staggering $4.2 billion quarterly loss in October of that year.

‘The auto industry will likely never be the same’

Rod Meloni weighs in on the turmoil in the auto industry, from the GM union strike, to a lawsuit against FCA and the UAW’s ongoing corruption scandal. Read all about it here.

Why Michigan football fans cheer for Slippery Rock

I had no idea this was a thing, but wow what a committed fanbase. Read all about it here.

Weather: Chilly weekend

We’re looking at dropping temps as we head into the weekend. Here’s the full forecast.

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