GM Could End Up Looking Better Than Expected Over Flap With LA Times Over Tough Coverage

David Kiley

A few days ago in this space, I wrote on General Motors and its decision to punish the LA Times by canceling about $10 million in advertising for its harsh coverage of the automaker. I also said in that blog entry that I hadn't seen anything in the piece that looked, as GM asserted, as a "factual error" used to support author Dan Neil's bashing of the Pontiac G6 and GM management.

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