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AUTOS: On the Slow Road

(See Cover) At Hollywood's imperial-sized Palladium ballroom. 1,850 members of the Los Angeles Motor Car Dealers Association gathered for a $5-a-plate...

AUTOS: Red v. Senator Joe

Before the Senate;s Antitrust and Monopoly Subcommitee last week went General Motors President Harlow H. Curtice to answer charges that G.M. had 1) become too...

BUSINESS ABROAD: Doubling Up

On a tour of General Motors' European plants, President Harlow H. Curtice last week gave out some cheery news for European motorists. Over the next five years,...

STATE OF BUSINESS: Proof of the Prophet

Last January General Motors President Harlow H. Curtice boldly announced a new $1 billion expansion program, and predicted that G.M. would build more than...

The Press: Truce

When the Wall Street Journal ran sketches and a dope story on 1955-model cars, General Motors protested by canceling all its ads and putting an embargo on all...

Time Clock, Apr. 27, 1959

PAY CUT OF $68,992 was taken by General Motors Corp. Chairman Frederic G. Donner in 1958. Donner got $373,508 in salary, fees and bonuses v. $442,500 in 1957...

AUTOS: Booming Small Cars

General Motors last week finally climbed aboard the booming small-foreign-ear bandwagon. G.M. Boss Harlow H. Curtice announced that G.M. in September will begin...

MANAGEMENT: Kings of the Mountain

Who are the highest paid executives in U.S. industry? In a survey of 400 key executives, Business Week magazine reported that the top three all made more than...

PERSONNEL: Automatic Shift

At 80, tall, austere Alfred Pritchard Sloan Jr. was long since Mr. General Motors. President from 1923 to 1937, chief executive officer from 1923 to 1946,...

AUTOS: Answer to Complaints

After a two-day conference with his Dealer Council, General Motors' President Harlow H. Curtice made an announcement calculated to set all 18,500 G.M. dealers...

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