DETROIT (AP) – General Motors Co. is holding its annual shareholders meeting at the automaker’s headquarters on the Detroit riverfront.

The gathering is Tuesday at the Renaissance Center.

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The restructured car company’s stock first went on sale in November 2010 at $33 a share. It closed at $21.92 on Monday, down 13 cents on the day.

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Shareholders will ratify GM’s director nominees. The Detroit News says the slate includes two prominent newcomers – ConocoPhillips chief executive James Mulva and ex-Cummins Inc. chief Theodore Solso.

GM earned $1 billion in 2012’s first quarter, or 60 cents per share. Revenues totaled $37.8 billion.

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