Despite today's word of coming to terms with its major shareholders on a debt-for-equity swap, Bloomberg is reporting that General Motors will join Chrysler in filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Monday. The move is widely expected, but the news agency is adding a bit of flesh to the story, suggesting that what promises to be the third-largest bankruptcy in U.S. history (after Lehman Bros. and Worldcom) will indeed result in the sale of most of the automaker's assets to a new company (likely the oft-discussed "Good GM"). GM's worldwide assets have been reported to be $91 billion against a total liability of $176.4 billion as of December 31.

A suggested location of the possible bankruptcy filing has not been disclosed. More details in the link below.

[Source: Bloomberg News | Image: Bill Pugliano/Getty]