General Motors, profiting from strong North American sales, posted better-than-expected earnings for the third quarter and painted an upbeat outlook for the fourth quarter and for 2014.
During a conference call with analysts, CEO Dan Akerson said his company is in "an unstoppable position."
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That position is fueled by GM's posting a third-quarter profit margin in North America of 9.3 percent—the highest in two years.
"Market share was up, revenue up, profits up, cash flow up, so really a strong quarter across the board," said CFO Dan Ammann during an interview on CNBC's "Squawk Box."