April 04, 2011 12:41 ET

StockMarketLife Presents in the News. Monday Morning Movers: Boeing Co., General Motors Co., General Electric Co. and CBS Corp.

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA--(Marketwire - April 4, 2011) - In The News puts the spotlight on the following issues: Boeing Company(BA), General Motors Company(GM), General Electric Company(GE) and CBS Corp.(CBS).

Boeing Company (BA)

Hundreds of Southwest Airlines flights cancelled as three more of the company's Boeing planes have been found to have fatigue cracks. These cracks are similar to the cracks that caused a section of a Southwest plane to tear open in mid-flight last week.

General Motors Company (GE)

As oil is trading near the $108/barrel mark GM has announced that it has sold 608 units of its Chevy Volt plug-in Hybrid during the month of March. This brings the tally to 1,210 units for 2011, a figure that is far lower than what the company initially projected. The initial production run of 50,000 units has already been scaled back to 10,000 after disappointing sales in January and February.

General Electric Company (GE)

Jeffrey Immelt the CEO of General Electric, which designed some of the nuclear reactors and helped build the Fukushima Daiichi power plant will meet with officials of Tepco, the company which operates the earthquake and tsunami damaged facility. Immelt defended the safety record of the nuclear power industry and pledged to help the Japanese company with its power generation efforts during the summer peak demand period.

CBS Corp. (CBS)

Associated Press reports Katie Couric is leaving the anchor chair at the CBS Evening News after close to five years of service. In that time the program posted dismal ratings and settled into a third place spot behind NBC and ABC.

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