GM’s pain hits retirees
Amid financial troubles, GM is canceling health coverage for salaried retirees age 65 and older. Officials anticipate this and other cuts, including thousands of jobs, will generate savings of more than $15 billion through 2009. Retirees will lose their benefits in January.
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