NEW YORK – Rolling out a phalanx of top executives and dignitaries to underscore the symbolic significance of its decision, General Motors Corp. announces the development of a $42 million, 3-story auto mall in Harlem, home to 400,000 largely minority persons who have not had community access to a car dealership in more than three decades. Joining GM Chairman Rick Wagoner here for the announcement are N.Y. Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Rev. Jesse Jackson and numerous state, city and community ...
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