Capital Advisors Growth Fund manager Keith Goddard works to limit losses while maintaining potential for aggressive growth.
A better sales mix should give a boost to the automaker's share of the North American car market.
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The country's power-grid giants could make life harder for automakers by pushing a costly and difficult requirement for electric vehicles.
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