General Motors Corp. light-vehicle deliveries fell 26.3% in May, but the results represent the best month for the auto maker this year and hint that fears of a sales drought from yesterday’s bankruptcy filing might be overblown. “Six or eight months ago, I would have been in that camp of terrified over revenue degradation in a bankruptcy scenario, but the world changes fast,” says Mark LaNeve, vice president-Sales, Service and Marketing at GM North America. LaNeve speculates GM ...

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