Picking on General Motors long has been a national pastime for auto industry pundits. As the world’s No.1 auto maker, there’s always a ready supply of material. But GM is nothing if not aggressive. And lately it seems serious about putting its house in order. Not only is it churning out good-looking SUVs and trucks, and even some cars, at attractive prices, but it’s also driving ahead in its pursuit of the future. For instance, the auto maker is allotting about 25% of its research ...
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