For the first time in two years, every General Motors Corp. automotive region was in the black for a three-month fiscal period, lifting the automaker to $1.78 billion in profits for first quarter 2000. While income was down from $1.82 billion in like-1999, the $2.80 earnings per share was an all-time first quarter record and 14 cents better than most analysts' forecasts. Revenues increased 10% to $46.86 billion from year earlier's $42.44 billion. The somewhat mixed but strong financial ...
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