DETROIT, July 28 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp is in negotiations with Hummer dealers to buy out stores as it looks to sell the SUV brand whose popularity has plunged amid high gas prices, Automotive News reported on Monday. The No. 1 U.S. automaker, which has said it is considering "all options" for Hummer including the sale of the brand, also paid out performance-linked bonuses to dealers in advance, the paper quoted several Hummer dealers as saying. "Hummer is quietly getting ...
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