NEW YORK – Despite plummeting sales, fullsize pickups and SUVs remain cash cows for General Motors Corp., says Gary White, vice president and vehicle line executive. The GMT900 architecture on which the large pickups and SUVs are built is a profitable platform, he says. A GM spokesman declines to say whether any of the auto maker’s other platforms are profitable in North America. But White is bullish on his segment, pointing to the demographics in the U.S. as a reason why fullsize ...

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