General Motors Corp.'s fourth-quarter net income declined 35.4% compared to like-1998 results, but that wasn't enough to stop the world's largest automaker from posting a calendar year record of $176.6 billion in net sales and revenues. GM also recorded earnings of $9.36 per share of common stock, more than double year-ago, and income leaped from $3.0 billion in 1998 to a whopping $6.0 billion in 1999. Taking into account those impressive figures, consider that GM also completed a $4 ...
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