U.S. regulators are investigating potential flaws in at least 2 million General Motors Co. vehicles that remain on the road, underlining the potential for still more recalls on top of this year’s already-record tally.
This was supposed to be the year when General Motors Co. made a record $10 billion in profit.
"While we do not expect GM to reach 10 percent margins, we believe the investor day could demonstrate that margins can in fact improve, even in the face of plateaued growth in the U.S. industry, driven by better cost and product improvements."
- Brian Johnson on Oct 01, 2014
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