General Motors Corp. today reported a record corporate loss of $39 billion for the year’s third quarter, due mostly to charges related to cumulative unused tax credits the auto maker chose to shoulder in the period. The greatest quarterly loss in GM’s history also marks one of the largest such losses ever reported by a public company, but the auto maker characterizes the loss as the result of a complicated accounting procedure that will not adversely affect its turnaround. GM Chairman ...
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