GM Searching For Ways To Stay Viable General Motor executives are in Washington, D.C., asking for some of the $700 billion financial bailout money. And rumors haven't died down about a possible merger with Chrysler. Michelle Krebs, senior industry editor at Edmunds.com, talks about the latest news from the auto industry.
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GM Searching For Ways To Stay Viable

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GM Searching For Ways To Stay Viable

GM Searching For Ways To Stay Viable

GM Searching For Ways To Stay Viable

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General Motor executives are in Washington, D.C., asking for some of the $700 billion financial bailout money. And rumors haven't died down about a possible merger with Chrysler. Michelle Krebs, senior industry editor at Edmunds.com, talks with Steve Inskeep about the latest news from the auto industry.

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