GM Net Income of $10 Billion Isn't 'Crazy': Steven Rattner
Three years after receiving a government bailout, General Motors aims to raise its profit margin to 10 percent over the next several years. If it succeeds, it could generate net income of $10 billion or more - an outcome that the former "car czar" does not think is "a crazy ambition."
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