NEW YORK, Sept 23 (Reuters) - A key investor advisory group on Tuesday urged General Motors Corp. shareholders to approve the automaker's planned spin-off of Hughes Electronics Corp. , the U.S. satellite television operator slated to merge with News Corp. Ltd. Institutional Shareholder Services said based on its review, the planned spin-off and merger "warrant shareholders support," according to a copy of the ISS report obtained by Reuters. If approved, the Hughes separation would ...
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