General Motor Corp. President and CEO Fritz Henderson says a bankruptcy at the auto maker remains likely, given the enormous challenges, and does not squash rumors of relocating the auto maker’s headquarters outside Detroit. "We’re looking at, frankly, everything within our business, but it’s not like we have that queued up at the top of our list,” Henderson says of a potential move during a press conference today. Rumors surfaced last week that a shrunken GM might relocate from its ...

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