Volatile activity on Wall Street, brought about by the lack of a president-elect and the slowest economic growth rate in four years, may delay action by the General Motors Corp. board of directors regarding the automaker's highly prized Hughes Electronics Corp. The board is scheduled to meet Tuesday (Dec. 5), and last week it was disclosed that GM had stopped in November a $1.4 billion program to repurchase 32 million shares of common stock. Stopping a stock repurchase program implies “a ...
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