Alex Taylor

Senior Editor, Fortune

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Senior editor at Fortune magazine, he has been covering the auto industry for about 30 years

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General Motors said yesterday it has reached a preliminary agreement for selling its  Hummer , the big sport utility vehicles and pickups it was persuaded to build by Arnold…

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