General Motors Corp. reports net earnings of $1 billion ($1.71 per share) during fourth quarter 2002, significantly higher than the $255 million ($0.60 per share) reported in like-2001. GM's John Devine says the auto maker saw a good year in terms of productivity and quality gains. The world’s largest auto maker says its overall earnings for 2002 were $1.7 billion ($3.35 per share), compared with $601 million ($1.77 per share) in the year-ago period. “We had a good ...

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