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1999 June Clear Channel Communications, DirecTV, General Motors, and a private investment group invest US$250 million in XM Satellite Radio convertible debt ... interest for 3-years on the notes as well as restructuring the payment obligations on the General Motors installation agreement, issuing a convertible bond to GM. 2004 January through March With the sale of Hughes Electronics from General Motors to Rupert Murdoch's News Corp ...
... See also General Motors Foundation General Motors has been a leading contributor to charity ... Since 1994, General Motors has donated over $23 million in cash and vehicles to the Nature Conservancy, and funding from GM supports many conservation projects ... The General Motors Foundation (GM Foundation) receives philanthropic bequests from General Motors ...
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—John Michael Hayes (b. 1919)