General Motors Corp. moves closer to true profitability in the third quarter, reporting operating income of $529 million, after special charges related to stabilizing former in-house supplier Delphi Corp. and the sale of controlling interest in its General Motors Acceptance Corp. finance arm. With charges of $644 million, which include a $325 million after-tax increase in liability payments to bankrupt Delphi, GM reports a third-quarter net loss of $115 million, or $0.20 per share. Costs ...

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