New Labor Deal, Designs Mark Turnaround for GM General Motors has a new labor contract. It's making profits instead of losing money. And its new vehicles are generating some buzz: The company's new crossover sport utility vehicle is getting rave reviews, and GM is promising a next-generation hybrid for 2010.
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New Labor Deal, Designs Mark Turnaround for GM

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New Labor Deal, Designs Mark Turnaround for GM

New Labor Deal, Designs Mark Turnaround for GM

New Labor Deal, Designs Mark Turnaround for GM

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General Motors has a new labor contract. It's making profits instead of losing money. And its new vehicles are generating some buzz: The company's new crossover sport utility vehicle is getting rave reviews, and GM is promising a next-generation hybrid for 2010.

Dustin Dwyer reports from Michigan Radio.