General Motors Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson reiterates the automaker’s desire to sell more vehicles over the Internet, saying the challenge to the industry’s traditional dealer-network system fits with today’s customer and the company’s shift to data-driven marketing. “We want people to start buying cars over the Internet, as a potential half-step away from our traditional channel,” Akerson says Wednesday in a conference call with Wall Street analysts ...

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