The automaker's second quarter will not be pretty.
Should the automaker gear up for some intense damage control?
A BBC study agrees with GM: Facebook ads don't work, and thousands of 'Likes' are bogus.
Other automakers will no doubt come up with similar programs.
After nearly calling it quits over advertising, the two companies are working to get back together. Will it last this time?
The aluminum maker's forecasts indicate economy is okay, though hardly great.
News of a strong second quarter comes as CEO Mel Karmazin clashes with Liberty Media over control of the satellite radio comapny.
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