DETROIT – Rumors that General Motors Corp. is the focus of an accounting investigation leave the auto maker puzzled, in its belief it has been more forthcoming than usual in recent disclosures due to the paranoia on Wall Street following bookkeeping scandals at Enron Corp. and WorldCom Inc. "There’s obviously a lot of investor concern out there about companies and their accounting," says a GM spokesman. "And we feel throughout the entire (corporate bookkeeping scare) that ...

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