Three of four General Motors Corp.’s automotive regions have improved earnings, lifting the Detroit-based company’s second-quarter profits to $1.3 billion, or $2.36 earnings per share, vs. profits totaling $879 million in like-2003. GM CFO John Devine calls second-quarter results “reasonably good.” GM’s General Motors Acceptance Corp. financing arm also contributed to the stronger-than-expected results – the average second-quarter earnings per share estimate by Wall Street analysts ...
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