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1. GM CEO Says Discounts Helped Sell More Cars in Q1 -

NEW YORK (AP) – General Motors Co. CEO Dan Akerson said he doesn't regret the company's decision to increase spending on rebates and other deals earlier this year even though it has contributed to the company's tumbling stock price.

2. GM Says it No Longer Needs Gov't Loan to go Green -

WASHINGTON (AP) – General Motors, in another sign of its progress since a government-led bankruptcy, said Thursday it is withdrawing its application for $14.4 billion in federal loans it had sought to help build more fuel-efficient cars.

3. A Year After Bankruptcy, GM Plans Stock Sale -

DETROIT (AP) – Thirteen months ago, General Motors was fighting for its life in bankruptcy court. Now, the automaker is laying the groundwork to sell stock to the public once again with the eventual goal of ridding itself of government ownership.

4. GM CEO Whitacre Says Will Step Down Sept. 1 -

DETROIT (AP) – General Motors Co. chief Ed Whitacre said Thursday he's stepping down as CEO on Sept. 1, his mission accomplished as the company reported its second straight quarterly profit.

5. GM Rides Cost Cuts, New Model Sales to Q1 Profit -

DETROIT (AP) — General Motors Co. rode expense cuts from its bankruptcy and strong sales of redesigned models to its first quarterly net income in nearly three years, drawing the company closer to a stock offering that would repay at least part of its government aid.