Can General Motors Corp. be had? That question cropped up again last week after CNBC reported a group of investors led by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. and AT&T Corp.'s Liberty Media Group were interested in acquiring all of GM in order to get at its Hughes Electronics Corp. subsidiary and OnStar operations. News Corp. denied it was looking at buying GM, but it didn't comment on persistent reports it was interested in working out a deal for Hughes. GM wouldn't comment, but it has said it ...

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