ROCHESTER HILLS, MI – Cadillac won’t be getting a version of General Motors Corp.’s midsize SUVs. But the decision not to sell a Cadillac-badged derivative of the Chevrolet TrailBlazer was neither easy nor painless, executives say here at a partial unveiling of the upcoming SRX cross/utility vehicle (CUV). Cadillac, which has been making money hand-over-fist with its Escalade fullsize SUV and Chevy Avalanche-based Escalade EXT SUV/pickup crossover, probably could pile up tidy profits on ...

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