EDS seeks more GM business in forthcoming contract


NEW YORK, Feb 22 (Reuters) - Electronic Data Systems Corp. said on Tuesday it expects to expand its technology services business with its former parent General Motors when the contract comes up for rebidding in June. GM, the top U.S. automaker, is EDS' largest customer and accounts for about 9 percent of its annual sales. EDS' business from GM has declined to $1.8 billion from $4 billion over the last 10 years as GM seeks to spread its business among contractors to boost performance and ...

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