Citing a lack of engineering and other resources, General Motors Corp. has quietly shelved plans to produce a 6-door Suburban. A spokesman says a prototype was built, but the company was not satisfied with the results. GM is evaluating other ideas to improve access to the vehicle’s third row of seats, he says. • Ford Motor Co. Chief Financial Officer Martin Inglis does his best during a media briefing on third quarter earnings to squelch growing speculation that Chief Executive Jacques ...

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