Harold Kutner was hearing bells last week, and it was music to his ears. The General Motors Corp. group vice president is the purchasing chief for the world's largest automaker, but on Thursday he was playing salesman and enjoying it. GM was selling several stamping presses, and it turned to Commerce One, its partner in the newly launched GM TradeXchange, for help. Commerce One, with a Canadian auction house, conducted the sale over its password-protected portal on the Internet, and the ...
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