General Motors Co. will probably seek to raise $8 billion to $10 billion in an IPO in November, a smaller sale than the automaker originally targeted, according to Bloomberg sources. GM shares must be sold at about $133.78, before splits, if the U.S. Treasury Department is to recoup its $49.5 billion investment, Neil Barofsky, the TARP chief , said in a letter, the WSJ reported today.
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