Even General Motors Corp.'s successful employee-pricing discount program, which tremendously increased sales in July, could not reverse the auto maker's financial fortunes. Including special items and a tax-rate adjustment, GM reported a loss of $1.6 billion, or $2.89 per share, in the third quarter - traditionally the weakest 3-month period of any year due to model changeovers and consumer spending habits. Excluding special items, which include a non-cash charge of $805 million for ...
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