General Motors unveiled a brand-new $130 million "enterprise data center" in Michigan this week. That may not sound like a big deal, but it's one key part of a massive change in the way GM does business -- one that could result in better cars and bigger profits.

In this video, Fool contributor John Rosevear explains the big story behind this new data center -- and why it's a huge step into the future for GM.

Few companies lead to such strong feelings as General Motors. But while many have shunned GM out of anger over its bailout, new management is quietly turning the battered old General into a gleaming global powerhouse. The Fool's premium GM research service has all the details of GM's post-bankruptcy transformation -- and advice on how best to profit from the General's ongoing overhaul. Just click here to get started now.


The article GM's Latest Overhaul Moves Forward originally appeared on Fool.com.

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