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GM Sold 124,000 More Pickup Trucks Than Ford In The First Three Quarters Of 2015

Not since 2009 has General Motors ended a calendar year with more total pickup truck sales than Ford. Moreover, not since 2009 have General Motors’ full-size pickup trucks, combined, outsold the Ford F-Series. As GM’s current generation...Show More Summary

Rolling In Value With General Motors

Buying unjustly beaten down stocks is a staple of value investing. The idea is simple, but finding those stocks is hard. Here is a company that the market loves to hate despite its excellent operating results. With strong profit growth, prudent management decisions for future growth, and a greatly undervalued stock price, (GM) is great […]

GM Wants Your Help To Figure Out How Hackers Could Take Over Its Cars

Following the very public hacking of Jeep that eventually led to the recall of more 1.4 million Fiat Chrysler vehicles, rival General Motors is trying to take a proactive stance to potential hack attacks, asking vehicle owners and hackers to give them a heads-up if they discover a vulnerability in the company’s cars.  In its request, GM asked consumers …

GM recalls SUVs, tells owners not to use windshield wipers

General Motors is telling owners of some SUVs not to use their windshield wipers because an electrical short could cause the wiper motor to catch fire. The company is recalling nearly 32,000 Buick Enclave, Chevrolet Traverse and GMC Acadia SUVs from the 2016 model to fix the problem. Only 6,400...

GM to recall 31,685 SUVs in North America

(Reuters) - General Motors Co said it would recall 31,685 SUVs in North America to repair a manufacturing defect in the windshield wiper motor that may overheat. GM told the U.S. vehicle safety regulator National Highway Traffic Safety...Show More Summary

GM Recalls SUVs, Tells Owners Not to Use Windshield Wipers

Jeff Kowalsky/Bloomberg via Getty Images DETROIT -- General Motors (GM) is telling owners of some SUVs not to use their windshield wipers because an electrical short could cause the motor to catch fire. The company is recalling nearly...Show More Summary

GM wants hackers to report any 'vulnerabilities' they might discover

Along with the rise of self-driving cars, concerns over the security of vehicle software systems seem to be at the forefront of automakers' interests. Accordingly, General Motors is asking that hackers and owners alike report any vulnerabilities...Show More Summary

General Motors: Don’t Read into Autonomous Vehicle Announcement

General Motors announced last week that it would develop a fleet of autonomous Volts for its Warren, Michigan campus by 2017, despite announcing earlier in the year that its struggling Oshawa, Ontario facility would be a hub for connected vehicles in April. Show More Summary

How General Motors Can Benefit From The Volkswagen Scandal?

In 2013, Volkswagen overtook General Motors as the highest selling foreign car maker in China. China is the largest market for General Motors and accounts for almost 50% of the valuation of the company. With the recent diesel emissions...Show More Summary

New Bill Would Punish Corporate Execs With Jail Time For Lying About Deadly Products

Even though General Motors has acknowledged that more than 100 people died because the carmaker failed to fix defective ignition switches, the recent $900 million settlement with federal prosecutors means that not a single person at GM will see a day behind bars. Show More Summary

David McGrath Named Loudon General Manager, Executive VP

Speedway Motorsports, Inc. (SMI) announced Monday that David McGrath has been promoted to executive vice president and general manager at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. McGrath will take over the position after Jerry Gappens recently resigned. Show More Summary

Steering A Global Brand At General Motors

Cars are a girl’s/man’s best friend. Not diamonds. Or furs. For some of us, we love cars (ok, cars are right after dogs, but cars are still ahead of jewelry and clothes). As I mentioned in a previous article (see article on Buick's turnaround...Show More Summary

This American Town’s Drinking Water Will Make You Permanently Dumber

That’s right. Doctors are now warning that drinking the tap water of the city that General Motors almost abandoned could actually permanently lower your IQ.

Mobileye Surges 5%: Citi Heartened by GM Endorsement

Shares of automotive chip maker Mobileye (MBLY) today rose $2.51, or over 5%, to close at $49.43, riding a wave of enthusiasm for chips that may show up in cars from General Motors (GM). Citigroup’s Itay Michaeli, who has a Buy rating on the stock, and a $77 price target, writes that he attended GM’s analyst […]

GM Getting Into Driverless Cars – Chevrolet Volt Will Be The Company’s First Fully Autonomous Vehicle Challenging Tech Giants

GM announced that will be introducing driverless cars before the end of next year. The first model from General Motors to have completely autonomous steering and navigation system will be the Chevrolet Volt. GM surprised the automotive world by announcing it has nearly perfected the driverless cars. Show More Summary

Why You Shouldn’t Be Mad About This Car-Sharing App For The 1%

It just got a little bit easier for residents of a fancy Manhattan apartment building to get around the Big Apple. But don't be jealous: This could be the start of something good for all of us. General Motors on Thursday announced a new car-sharing service called Let's Drive NYC. Show More Summary

Autonomous Chevrolet Volts to operate at GM R&D centre

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General Motors will next year begin operating a fleet of self-driving Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrids at its main research and development centre in Detroit. According to the American automaker, the self-driving Volts will operate within the grounds of the Warren Technical Center, around 29 kilometres north of downtown Detroit. Employees will be able to hail […]

US regulator extends diesel emissions probe to other car models: FT

(Reuters) - The U.S. regulator that exposed Volkswagen's rigging of emissions tests is investigating more than two dozen diesel car models made by BMW, Chrysler, General Motors, Land Rover and Mercedes-Benz to find out whether they engaged in similar cheating, the Financial Times reported. Show More Summary

GM Outlines Areas Of Focus For The Future

General Motors Company [NYSE:GM] will make emerging personal mobility technology an integral part of its future strategy. CEO Mary Barra and GM Executive Vice President of Global Product Development, Global Purchasing and Supply Chain Mark Reuss delivered the outline of the company's plan to members of the media at the iconic Milford Proving...

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