General Motors is ending their $10 million ad campaign with Facebook, reports The Wall Street Journal, because the automaker determined their ads "had little impact on consumers."
A few hours before the first press events at North America International Auto Show kicked off in Detroit, General Motors stole the thunder with an invitation-only event to unveil the all new Corvette.
Mitt Romney says that he opposed the government bailout of Detroit because the private market would have provided loans so GM and Chrysler could go through managed bankruptcy, but it turns out the firm Romney once led, Bain Capital, turned down the chance to do so.
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