General Motors could be making an effort to return to Venezuela after announcing it was shuttering operations following a court-ordered seizure of its factory in the South American country. The … Click to Continue »
Before its faucets ran brown, before its residents were poisoned by lead, before it was Murdertown USA, Flint, Michigan was Vehicle City. Read more...
General Motors' profits rose, fueled by strong pickup truck and SUV sales in the U.S.
Rising sales of high-profit trucks and SUVs in the U.S. helped push General Motors to a first-quarter profit record as the company put up a $2.6 billion in net income. … Click to Continue »
Americans' interest in trucks and sport-utility vehicles lifted GM's net income.
General Motors will happily let you configure a newly downsized 2018 Chevrolet Equinox, but moving up a step in power means cooling your heels for a few more months. The third-generation crossover bowed this spring with a turbocharged...Show More Summary
As General Motors shuts down its Holden manufacturing in Australia this year, we’re all supposed to mourn what had been the new frontier of ute-loving, V8 freedom. But the shutdown was a bureaucratic decision; a slow bleed to avoid the prospect of a much more painful collapse. Read more...
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Automakers have given up fighting Apple and Google and are now joining the tech giants. General Motors has made Apple CarPlay and Android Auto available on its entire model lineup, and other automakers are quickly following that lead. This...Show More Summary
Greenlight Capital's David Einhorn just laid out what's going on with his activist move on General Motors. Earlier this year, hedge fund manager Einhorn announced he had increased his position in the car company. The activist investor...Show More Summary
The Supreme Court turned away an appeal from General Motors Co. seeking to block dozens of lawsuits over faulty ignition switches. The lawsuits could expose the company to billions of dollars in additional claims. Without comment he justices left in place a lower court ruling that said the automaker's 2009 bankruptcy did not shield it from liability in the cases.
The assembly lines stopped whirling years ago. Now weeds blanket the factory grounds. Like so much in this country destabilized by political and economic turmoil, the General Motors plant here in one of Venezuela’s largest cities no longer functions. It stopped producing cars in late 2015. What...
By declining to review a lower-court ruling, the justices cleared the way for plaintiffs to proceed with hundreds of claims over deaths or injuries that occurred before General Motors declared bankruptcy.
General Motors Co's bid to block hundreds of lawsuits, potentially worth billions of dollars, over a deadly ignition-switch defect broke down on Monday when the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear its appeal claiming the suits were barred by the No. Show More Summary
Last week, General Motors’ long-idled Venezuela assembly plant fell into the hands of the country’s autocratic government, sparking the automaker’s exit from the strife-ridden nation. With its material assets out of its hands, the automaker’s Venezuelan subsidiary jettisoned the plant’s entire 2,700-person workforce today, Reuters reports. Show More Summary
General Motors’ plant in Valencia, Venezuela, was seized last week by government authorities amidst violent protests. As a result, GM was forced to halt operations in the country. Today, the company allegedly informed almost 2,700 staffers (at least some via text message) that they are no longer employed at the plant. Read more...
General Motors can no longer avoid lawsuits from victims of ignition-switch defects
The Supreme Court on Monday turned away an appeal from General Motors Co. seeking to block dozens of lawsuits over faulty ignition switches that could expose the company to billions of dollars in additional claims. Continue reading ? The post Supreme Court turns away General Motors appeal over faulty ignition switches appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
The Supreme Court on Monday turned away an appeal from General Motors Co. seeking to block dozens of lawsuits over faulty ignition switches that one plaintiffs' attorney said could expose … Click to Continue »
General Motors, Ford, and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will all report first-quarter earnings this week. The outlook is for continued profitability — not a big surprise given that US auto sales have been running at a 17-million annual pace,...Show More Summary