DETROIT – Incentives probably won’t be rolled back at General Motors Corp., even though the auto maker recently began a marketing gimmick that will give away 1,000 vehicles by the end of February, the company’s top executive says. GM CEO Rick Wagoner doesn't see an end to incentives anytime soon. GM Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner says the purpose of GM’s “Hot Button” campaign is to create excitement during the typically slow January-February shopping period. But the auto ...

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