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December 4, 2008 8:55 AM

Auto execs concede mistakes but earn little sympathy

Detroit's Big Three automakers presented themselves to skeptical senators Thursday as humble, contrite and badly in need of $34 billion in federal help quickly. But senators who heard their testimony offered little to reassure them. Even those who support giving lending money to the carmakers worried that they couldn't be trusted to spend it well.

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