DETROIT – General Motors Corp. will “blow through ” its profit goal of $5 per share in 2003, and is targeting $6.00-$6.50 in earnings per share in 2004, according to Chief Financial Officer John Devine. “We’re going to do it differently than we may have looked at a year ago,” Devine says during a presentation to analysts and the media. “In particular, (General Motors Acceptance Corp.) is doing a terrific job. That’s one of the benefits of General Motors. We have a lot of engines.” GM ...

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