General Motors Corp. found some silver linings in reporting its sixth straight quarterly financial loss. Revenues and unit sales were up during the January-March period, as were transaction prices on vehicles sold in North America, the auto maker says. And each region of the world contributed positively to the bottom line. Tempering all that is continued red ink, a slumping market share in the U.S., higher-than-expected material costs in North America and continued uncertainty over ...
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