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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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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 ...
At Hearing on GM Recall, Mary Barra Gives Little Ground  New York Times
GM Faces New Round of Questions; Quinn Emanuel to Conduct Review  Wall Street Journal (blog)
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General Motors CEO says company will use bankruptcy to shield itself from ...
Last Thursday, General Motors (GM) CEO Mary Barra told a Senate hearing that GM would use its 2009 bankruptcy reorganization to shield itself from potential lawsuits.
General Motors should expect more failed parts: Column  USA TODAY
Barra Is Protecting GM Top Lawyer Millikin -- But Should She Be?  Forbes
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General Motors Resists Expanding Victims' Fund
Yet G.M. maintains that a distinct difference exists between its recall of 2.6 million older Chevrolet Cobalts and other cars, which started in February, and its more recent recall of 7.6 million cars like the Chevrolet Malibu, announced on June 30 ...
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General Motors Company: What's Wrong With Cadillac
GM has struggled with its recall issues, costing it billions of dollars and involving nearly 30 million vehicles. Perhaps Americans no longer want to buy a brand they feel has been neglected by the company. But when you break down General Motors' sales ...
More GM Recalls, This Time For Cadillac CTS And SRX Models  Bidness Etc
Exclusive: GM says it has no fix yet for some recalled Cadillacs with switch ...  Reuters
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General Motors Company Given �Buy� Rating at Citigroup Inc. (GM)
General Motors Company logo General Motors Company (NYSE:GM)'s stock had its �buy� rating reaffirmed by stock analysts at Citigroup Inc. in a report issued on Tuesday.
Analysts Coverage on General Motors Company (NYSE:GM), Ford Motor ...  eMarketsDaily
Can General Motors, Ford Earnings Get Out Of Reverse GM F TSLA  Investor's Business Daily
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General Motors Co.'s share price up, halts sales of mid-size vehicles due to ...
According to information published on a document filed with the U.S. federal regulators on July 18th, General Motors Co. changed the design of some ignition switches it had used in certain mid-size vehicles manufactured in 2003 and 2004 after finding ...
GM delayed recall in another ignition switch case  Grand Haven Tribune
GM admits more problems with mislabelling of ignition switch parts
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GM - General Motors Company: Q2 2014 General Motors Company Earnings ...
GM will host a conference call for financial analysts on Thursday, July 24, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. ET to review the company's 2014 2nd quarter business results. The call-in numbers are: 800-830-3805 (U.S.); +1- 416-641-6283 (International/caller-paid).
Ford Motor Company Is Being Crushed By General Motors in This Critical Market
If the big-time global automakers are looking for explosive growth, there's one market guaranteed to be at the top of their lists: China.
Ford Recalls Recent Model Cars, SUVs
Auto Makers Introduce China to the Car Loan  Wall Street Journal
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GM to Recall 8.45 Million More Vehicles in North America
A GM spokesman declined to say whether the latest recall brings to an end the company's review of safety problems with older model vehicles.
General Motors Recalls 8.2 Million More Cars  U.S. News & World Report
GM to Pay All Legal Claims From Faulty Ignition Switches  Bloomberg
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