Tim Higgins

Business writer for the Detroit Free Press

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General Motors has issued its  first earnings report  since it emerged from bankruptcy with the help of American taxpayers.

GM Lost $4.3 Billion Following Bankruptcy

General Motors has issued its first earnings report since it emerged from bankruptcy with the help of American taxpayers.

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General Motors emerged from bankruptcy today and CEO Fritz Henderson declared that “ business as usual is over .”

GM Emerges from Bankruptcy

General Motors emerged from bankruptcy today and CEO Fritz Henderson declared that “ business as usual is over .”

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It used to be said that “what's good for General Motors is good for the country.” Not any more.

The Fall of an Industrial Titan: GM Goes Bankrupt

It used to be said that “what's good for General Motors is good for the country.” Not any more.

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