GM issues paychecks early amid bankruptcy fears


DETROIT, May 27 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp paid about 90,000 U.S. employees three days early this week in an effort to reassure them that their wage payments would not be affected by any bankruptcy filing, a spokesman said. GM employees would normally have been paid on Friday. Instead, the automaker issued checks on Tuesday, spokesman Tom Wilkinson said. "It was done to reassure employees worried about bankruptcy," he said. GM does not expect its payroll payments to be affected by ...

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