GM announces record profit share for its workers. Where does it go from here?

Adam Allington Feb 7, 2017
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GM announces record profit share for its workers. Where does it go from here?

Adam Allington Feb 7, 2017
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General Motors has announced record earnings of $12.5 billion last year. The company’s 52,000 hourly workers will take home profit-sharing checks of as much as $12,000. It’s an impressive feat, considering where the company was less than a decade ago. But the car company is not resting on its laurels.

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