General Motors Corp. again failed to grab 30% of the U.S. market, the target Wall Street says GM needs to support its vast workforce and resources. But that didn't stop the automaker from posting another set of financial records. After finishing out 1998 with several high-water marks, GM reported an all-time quarterly record for January-March of $3.10 earnings per share of common stock on consolidated net income of $2.1 billion. Excluding Delphi Automotive Systems, net income ($1.8 ...
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