General Motors Corp. and the auto industry faced unprecedented challenges in 2002 as the world learned to deal with ongoing terrorist threats, economies around the globe continued to struggle and the U.S. faced a rash of corporate accounting scandals that shook the public's confidence in the stock market. But the Detroit-based auto maker managed the trying times surprisingly well, with an ongoing onslaught of new products, improving quality and a world-class leadership team. (See related ...
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