Friday, November 26, 2010


Last week, General Motors shed its "Government Motors" nickname when it once again began trading stock. The GM comeback is a clear signal that the Obama Administration did the right thing when it bailed out the auto industry. There has been a lot of interest in the company since the Initial Public Offering (IPO) last week. Here's more information on where the company stands today.

1. Obama lauds GM's comeback. [The Oval on USA Today]
2. Triumph of hope over experience: Average IPO lags the market for several years. [MarketWatch]

3. G.M. Finds a more receptive public. [The New York Times]
4. Another hot item on Black Friday: Shares of GM's IPO. [Los Angeles Times]

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