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From clever moves by Microsoft and Amazon to an ill-conceived layoff at Zynga, here are the week's smartest moves and worst misses in the business world.
GM's quest for independence from the government is ahead of schedule. The Treasury is selling off 30 million GM shares this week, and the automaker is rejoining the S&P 500.
A broad-based selloff on Wall Street followed another bout of heavy selling overseas in trading Wednesday.
Four years after being bailed out by the federal government, GM and AIG return to the S&P index of large stocks, while Microsoft reportedly is considering restructuring.
Higher discounts at some automakers, rising pickup truck sales and increasing consumer confidence pushed up car sales in May, giving the overall economy a shot in the arm.
Wondering how a company is really doing? Ask its rank-and-file employees. Glassdoor has done just that; here's how you can use their answers to buff up your portfolio.
Shares of General Motors reached an important milestone on Friday, topping their initial public offering price of $33 for the first time in more than two years.
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