General Motors Corp. leaned heavily on its overseas operations in the first quarter to eke out a narrow $62 million net income. Its still-recovering North American operations ran a disappointing $46 million in the red, but GM Chief Financial Officer Fritz Henderson says there were some positives there too, where the auto maker narrowed losses by $120 million despite a 192,000-unit reduction in vehicle production. General Motors First Quarter Financial Results 2007 2006 % Chg. ...
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