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GM profit plunges on outlays for safety recalls

GM's first-quarter net income sank 86 percent from a year earlier to $125 million amid heavy costs related to safety recalls of 7 million vehicles. The result for the January-March period was GM's worst showing since the six-month period after its emergence from bankruptcy in 2009.  » READ
 

Hyundai Q1 profit hit by slow U.S. sales

Hyundai posted first-quarter net profit that was almost identical to a year earlier, as increased sales in China and Korea helped offset weak U.S. demand.  » READ
 

Mitsubishi posts record annual operating profit

 

Delphi profits jump on higher N.A., Asia parts demand

 

Penske posts record continuing-operations income in Q1

 

Lithia reports record Q1 profit, 19% revenue increase

 

GM's 1st-quarter profit to take hit from recalls

 

2015 Ford Mustang order guide hints at key options

 

Jaguar, Land Rover, Ford gain in blue-sky store values

 

AutoNation swipes at third-party car sites as it builds digital footprint

 

Opel CEO targets No. 2 sales position in Europe in comeback drive

 

Asbury to open 2 used-vehicle stores; COO to retire

 

Fields to take Ford wheel at prime stage

 

CPO sales rise 11% in 1st quarter

 

Toyota's global sales top VW, GM for 3rd straight quarter

 

J.D. Power to buy Korrelate to measure digital ad spending effectiveness

 

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