NEW YORK – General Motors Corp. marketing chief Mark LaNeve tells Ward’s he is comfortable with the current portfolio of brands and sees no need to shed any divisions. Responding to suggestions from analysts and Kirk Kerkorian advisor Jerome B. York that GM should sell off some of its brands, LaNeve says he is confident each of the auto maker’s marques can operate profitably. LaNeve stopped here amidst a coast-to-coast tour to brief dealers on GM’s new pricing philosophy. (See related ...
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