General Motors shareholders might not ask many hard questions as they gather Tuesday at the Renaissance Center for their annual meeting, but that won't erase the nagging question that persists throughout this combative election year: How much might U.
S. taxpayers lose on their investment in the nation's largest automaker?
Despite some blockbuster earnings of late, the stock has been stuck at low levels compared to its issue price of $33 on Nov. 18, 2010.
The U.S. Treasury, GM's largest shareholder with a 32% stake, won't have a high-ranking representative at the meeting, according to a Treasury Department spokesman. Read Article