No Bonuses for GM Executives
RENEE MONTAGNE, host:
In business news, GM executives won't be rewarded for making things better.
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MONTAGNE: Sales at General Motors were up last year, but that increase was not enough to earn cash bonuses for GM's top managers. That's because the company still came up $2 billion short of making a profit. Last year, GM's top executives took pay cuts, and this is the second year in a row they won't be getting bonuses.
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