General Motors Struggles to Regain Footing 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.
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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

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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.