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Earnings News: General Motors Company (NYSE: GM), Ford Motor Company ...
"Our underlying business performance in the first half of the year was strong as we grew our revenue on improved pricing and solid new vehicle launches," Mary Barra, General Motors chief executive officer, said in the company's second-quarter earnings ...
General Motors second quarter profit falls 85 percent, Ford sets North ...  WXYZ
Recalls slam General Motors earnings, Europe drives Ford higher  Economic Times
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GM's profit falls on recall costs, victims' compensation fund
DETROIT - General Motors Co reported a much lower second-quarter profit on Thursday due to numerous recalls and the expected cost of at least $400 million for a compensation fund for those killed or injured by a defective ignition switch linked to at ...
New General Motors Recall Covers 800000 More Vehicles  New York Times
Total Recall: GM At It Again  Bidness Etc
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Trade-Ideas: General Motors (GM) Is Today's Pre-Market Laggard Stock
General Motors Company (GM) designs, manufactures, and markets cars, crossovers, trucks, and automobile parts worldwide. The stock currently has a dividend yield of 3.2%.
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GM To Withdraw Plug-in Hybrid Ampera From European Market
Karl-Thomas Neumann, CEO of General Motors Company's (GM) European subsidiary Opel, posted on Twitter (TWTR) that Ampera will be removed from the market after the company runs out of the vehicle's current generation.
General Motors broadens Opel role, puts it in charge of all European operations  CarAdvice
Newly-Formed Opel Group Assumes Full Responsibility In Europe  GM Authority (blog)
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GM Second-Quarter Results: Earnings Beat, Revenue Miss
General Motors Company (GM) today reported second-quarter earnings for its fiscal '14 (2QFY4; ended June 30) before the opening bell.
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Company Update: General Motors Company (NYSE:GM) � General Motors' (GM ...
General Motors Company (NYSE:GM) [Seeking Alpha] - Good morning and thank you for joining us as we review the GM financial results for the first quarter of 2014.
Detroit Beat: General Motors CEO Mary Barra in midst of difficult summer  The Michigan Daily
Will General Motors Be Charged With Crimes?  Motley Fool
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Documents Show General Motors Kept Silent on Fatal Crashes
The company repeatedly found a way not to answer the simple question from regulators of what led to a crash. In at least three cases of fatal crashes, including the accident that killed Mr. Erickson, G.M. said that it had not assessed the cause. In ...
GM Told Feds It Couldn't Explain Fatal Crashes It Had Internally Linked ...  The Slatest (blog)
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Never-Ending Troubles for General Motors
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) issued documents on Friday, June 18, alleging that General Motors Company (GM) had been aware of the ignition-switch defect in its cars for more than a decade. The company had reportedly ...
General Motors legal team comes under fire at Senate hearing
General Motors chief executive Mary Barra on Thursday defended her efforts to transform the automaker's internal culture amid a mounting safety crisis, rebuffing calls from several senators that she fire her top lawyer for his role in the company's ...
GM's Top Lawyer Takes Heat Over Ignition-Switch Recall  Fox Business
GM Faces New Round of Questions; Quinn Emanuel to Conduct Review  Wall Street Journal (blog)
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GM Expects to Pay More Than $400 Million to Victims of Faulty Ignition Switch
G.M., the nation's largest automaker, said it earned $190 million in the quarter, down from $1.2 billion a year ago. While the company had healthy operating performances in North America and China, the financial toll continued to mount from the ...
General Motors to Pay Out $400m to Victims' Compensation Fund  International Business Times UK
GM to pay victims at least $400 million  WSBT-TV
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