General Motors and its equity alliance partner Fiat are burning the midnight oil. And it’s not about the North American International Auto Show in Detroit this month. No, it’s about unfinished business. The two are trying to settle an old score in the new year. So far it’s 0-0. The auto makers have agreed to conduct mediation to resolve the legitimacy of a clause in their partnership that allows Fiat to force GM to buy the 90% of the Italian conglomerate’s ailing automotive unit (Fiat ...
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