AUTOSHOW-UPDATE 1-Jerry York convinced Saab good for GM-Lutz


(Adds background, quotes, byline; stands as update to AUTOS-GM from Geneva) By Poornima Gupta GENEVA, Feb 27 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. Director Jerry York is now convinced the Saab and Hummer brands are good for the automaker, a month after he suggested GM get rid of them, GM's vice chairman of global product development, Bob Lutz, said. "Saab has really turned the corner," Lutz said at a Saab event a day ahead of the Geneva Auto Show. "It is close to making money as a brand." ...

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