With its stock price hammered by an earlier earnings downgrade and health-care costs largely out of its control, General Motors Corp. declines to provide guidance regarding its financial performance for the remainder of the year during a conference call with analysts and the media. Including special items, GM reveals it lost $1.1 billion, or $1.95 per share, during January-March vs. the breakeven-or-better forecast issued in January, largely due to rising health-care costs, a weakening ...
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