General Motors Corp. President and CEO Fritz Henderson says the auto maker is close to fixing its business, as it gains court approval late yesterday for the sale of its best assets to a new company funded and majority-owned by the U.S. Treasury Dept. “We have, in effect, been fixing our bike while we ride it,” Henderson says today on GM’s corporate blog. “Now the repair work is almost done, and we’re steering the company back onto a path to viability and success,” he says, building on a ...

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