General Motors Corp. lost $24 million less than it initially disclosed in third-quarter results due to previously unreported loan sales from its General Motors Acceptance Corp. finance arm. The auto maker now lists a net loss of $91 million, instead of the $115 million reported earlier, with quarterly revenues reaching $48.9 billion rather than $48.8 billion. In a Nov. 7 securities filing, GM also reports receiving subpoenas from the Securities and Exchange Commission and a federal grand ...
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