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GM shifting Treasury jobs from New York to Detroit
General Motors plans to move its office responsible for Treasury actions from New York to Detroit. The move carries weight as a symbolic shift of financial power for a company that has groomed many...
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GM's first quarter profit down 14%
DETROIT (AP) — New cars were key for General Motors’ in the first quarter. New trucks will be the key to the rest of this year. Two new Opels — the Mokka subcompact SUV and Adam small car — helped GM...
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Earnings: Pop-Tarts a bright spot for Kellogg
Wilfredo Lee | Associated PressStrong sales growth for Pop-Tarts boosted Kellogg’s U.S. Morning Foods division, which includes cereal. The division’s internal sales — which exclude certain charges —...
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Europe getting better for GM but no turnaround
General Motors has posted stronger-than-expected quarterly profit, based on reducing costs in its North American business along with its European division – that is Opel and Vauxhall. A loss of 134...
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GM Redemption to Culminate in Return to S&P 500
As the U.S. Treasury sells off its shares of General Motors Co. (GM), the automaker is likely to return to the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index in the next year, passing another milestone in its...
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