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General Motors Struggles to Regain Footing

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General Motors Struggles to Regain Footing

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General Motors Struggles to Regain Footing

General Motors Struggles to Regain Footing

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General Motors, the world's largest auto maker, is in bad financial shape. The company's earnings have been far below expectations, and its stock price is at a 10-year low. Host Steve Inskeep talks to Paul Eisenstein, publisher of TheCarConnection.com, an Internet magazine, about GM's woes.