Gm Rides Cost Cuts, New Model Sales To 1q Profit

GM rides cost cuts, new model sales to 1Q profit

DETROIT (AP) -- General Motors Co. rode expense cuts from its bankruptcy and strong sales of redesigned models to its first quarterly net income in nearly three years, drawing the company closer to a stock offering that would repay at least part of its government aid....

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