FCA boss Marchionne is getting really annoyed that GM's Barra won't talk to him, or give him a hug. ||| Detroit - Fiat Chrysler chief Sergio Marchionne is raising pressure on much larger rival General Motors for merger talks, sayingShow More Summary
Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne is still on a quest to merge with General Motors, and seems to be the only one who thinks it’s a good idea. GM has no interest in such a merger, so I don’t see how it can actually happen. But if it did, what then? The two current competitors have a great deal of overlap in their current lineups. Show More Summary
Never one to mince words, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) CEO Sergio Marchionne has again spoken of the need for his company’s board to consider a merger with General Motors – by something approximating “force” if necessary. Speaking with US industry publication Automotive News, the outspoken FCA chief — a veritable quote machine as you can […]
General Motors has claimed that 124 deaths were the result of faulty ignition switches. The number is almost 10 times more than the 13 deaths the company admitted to about a year ago, but 214 short of the total 338 death claims filed. Show More Summary
MILAN (Reuters) - It would be "unconscionable" for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) not to pursue a merger with rival General Motors and create a company that can generate $30 billion a year in cash, FCA chief Sergio Marchionne said in a newspaper interview. Show More Summary
Eric Allie / Cagle Cartoons By Joe Guzzardi San Jose Chiapa is a small municipality in southern Mexico, population about 9,000. But it could soon become Mexico’s mini-version of Detroit. Automakers like Ford, General Motors and Nissan...Show More Summary
As General Motors Holden continues its transformation into an import-only business, the company has today listed a five-title 37.7-hectare parcel of land for expressions of interest, located at its 241 Salmon Street, Port Melbourne site. Show More Summary
Nearly 40 per cent of the gain attributed to government's one-time sale of General Motors shares in April The post Harper trumpets report on surplus, Liberals call claim ‘phoney’ appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Photo courtesy Hurst/Olds Club of America. Undoubtedly lots of guys with the surname Watson get tagged with the nickname “Doc,” but in the case of Jack “Doc” Watson, it was earned. Both inside and outside General Motors, the engineer and businessman made many contributions to the betterment of the high-performance automobile. Doc, a resident of […]
I stumbled across an article from the Inc. magazine archives from 1987, so it’s today’s “Throwback Thursday.” In 1987, I was starting high school and that was probably right about the time when my dad, an engineer for General Motors, was able to attend one of Deming’s famed four-day seminars. Hearing about that was my […]
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Workers at a General Motors Co plant in Brazil ended a two-week strike on Monday after the company agreed to suspend nearly 800 job cuts, buying time in an industry where idle assembly lines have roiled labor tensions. Show More Summary
The fund set up by General Motors to compensate victims of the carmaker’s long-ignored ignition switch defect ultimately acknowledged that GM was responsible for 124 deaths and 257 injuries, but these confirmed instances only represent a small portion of the thousands of claims rejected by the fund. The fund, which ceased accepting claims after Jan. Show More Summary
Lawyers hired to compensate victims of General Motors' faulty ignition switches have rejected 91 percent of the claims submitted.
I speak with David Leitch, Ford Motor Company’s group vice president and general counsel, about liberalization, eradicating the billable hour, starting his own law firm, and liberalization, among other things.
Ford’s plans for the Mustang may include their 10-speed automatic transmission, jointly developed with General Motors, and a Mach 1 version, according to Automotive News (via Motor Authority). The amazingly engineered 10-speed, which...Show More Summary
From the New York Stock Exchange, CBS MoneyWatch's Hena Daniels has the CBSN Business headlines on General Motors in China, Volkswagen airbag concerns, and the first Beatles recording contract going up for auction
Controversy is growing as Buick, one of America’s oldest automobile companies, may begin importing models to the US from China. General Motors, which oversees the brand, has been criticized by US automotive labor union UAW for considering the plan.
TORONTO (Reuters) - General Motors Co will keep an Oshawa, Ontario assembly line operating until 2017, the company's Canadian unit said on Wednesday, extending the life of a line that has been repeatedly scheduled for closure over the last decade. Show More Summary
Who's excited to take the latest Chevrolet Camaro for a spin? Fans who are looking forward to drive the model around will have to wait a little bit longer as General Motors is yet to come up with an official confirmation regarding the release date of the upcoming muscle car.