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A banner displaying the name of General Motors covers the New York Stock Exchange in New York, Thursday. (AP)
A banner displaying the name of General Motors covers the New York Stock Exchange in New York, Thursday. (AP)

General Motors is expected to raise more than $23 billion today, and return about $11 billion of federal government bailout money as the reorganized company's stock starts trading on Wall Street. We speak with Micheline Maynard, senior editor of the public media project Changing Gears, about the country's largest initial stock offering ever, and what it means for the automaker, the taxpayer and the economy.

This segment aired on November 18, 2010.

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