General Motors opts instead for separately branded 'certified service' for its Chevy, Cadillac, Buick and GMC lines.
Key points in General Motors' IPO documents show the US government needs to get out of the company -- and knows it.
The automaker's public offering could be the feel-good, make-money story of the year.
The indexes struggle to very small gains. US Steel, Lexmark, Cummins and Kimberly-Clark all slump. Ford and Coach both show big gains. The dollar moves higher.
The automaker may have underestimated what it would take to develop its mainstream electric car and the price it can sell for.
The octogenarian billionaire maintains his bullish stance that the US will return as strong as ever.
The slowing of the recovery has led many folks to flee the market. But a top investor says the fear is helping certain stocks.
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