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More on Einhorn/General Motors: Negativity on GM has far outlived an improving reality, says...

More on Einhorn/General Motors: Negativity on GM has far outlived an improving reality, says Einhorn, who believes the company can earn $6/share in 2014 - a mid-cycle number that deserves a decent multiple. He concedes the Volt is "unsuccessful," but says it's a "teeny-tiny" part of the business. As for European operations, there are more losses ahead, but break-even could come in 3 years.
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  • elroy
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    There's nothing than a sale increase wouldn't fix. They have some great new vehicles -- do they really know how to market them?

     

    Like many things about the new Malibu except the front end.....the Chevy family styling works better on some models than others and in this segment with high styling from its competitors, it's too bland.
    2 Oct 2012, 11:51 AM Reply Like
  • labas112
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    The new Malibu is also rated near the bottom on most reviews. One big problem is that the Malibu is a family car but they shortened the Wheelbase rather than extending like all other midsize cars. The new Passat takes the Malibu to the woodshed in all aspects, and I am not a Passat owner. GM is still the same old GM
    2 Oct 2012, 12:16 PM Reply Like
  • surfnspy
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    "GM is still the same old GM"

     

    Sad but true.
    2 Oct 2012, 04:51 PM Reply Like
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