General Motors Corp. is set to announce another Internet tie-up this week designed to help it funnel more sales prospects to dealers. The announcement, expected to come Tuesday, Feb. 9, will involve a deal with an automotive information provider, whose website draws consumers in the market for new cars and trucks, Mark T. Hogan, GM vice president in charge of e-GM, tells Ward's. Mr. Hogan would not reveal the name of the partner, but says the arrangement does not include GM acquiring an ...
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