DETROIT – General Motors Corp. says it has no plans to follow DaimlerChrysler Corp.’s lead and extend new vehicle powertrain warranties to seven years/70,000 miles (112,651 km) – and it just wishes Wall Street would have asked. Speculation among investment analysts that GM and other auto makers would have to follow DCC’s lead helped send GM stock plummeting July 10, finishing the day off $3.53. Paul Ballew, executive director-market and industry analysis, says there are better, more ...

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