By Leah Schnurr NEW YORK, May 29 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp is widely expected to be removed from the prestigous Dow Jones industrial average, as it heads toward almost certain bankruptcy. The automaker's removal would make it the first company to be removed from the Dow due to bankruptcy in 27 years. It would leave a hole in the 30-stock Dow that will be swiftly filled. But which company will be added to the 103-year-old average if GM is jettisoned? Bankruptcy looms for GM with ...
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