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How General Motors Company Will Fix Cadillac's Epic Sales Swoon
The all-new 2015 Cadillac Escalade SUV, unveiled by former Cadillac chief Bob Ferguson in New York last fall, is on sale now. It's receiving very strong reviews.
GM giving Cadillac SRX a badly needed update  Lansing State Journal
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Why General Motors wants to put 19000 tech employees on bicycles
Faced with a serious transportation problem on its sprawling technical center campus in a Detroit suburb, General Motors Co. has turned to a solution that predates cars - bicycles. GM has launched a bike share program for 19,000 employees at its Warren ...
Pedal Power: GM Shares Bikes with 19000 Tech Center Employees  MarketWatch
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Get Paid To Wait For High-Yielding General Motors (GM)
The last time I analyzed General Motors Company (NYSE:GM) on July 18, 2014, I stated, "I like the stock but I think it could pull back in the near future.
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US Probe Examines GM Lawyers
Michael Millikin, executive vice president and general counsel with General Motors Co., far left; Mary Barra, CEO of GM; Rodney O'Neal, CEO and president of Delphi Automotive PLC, and Anton Valukas, the former U.S.
US federal prosecutors questioning GM lawyers on vehicle recalls: source  Reuters
GM Legal Department Draws Federal Scrutiny on Recalls  ABC News (blog)
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Ding, Ding! General Motors Joins Dan Gilbert In Offering Bike Sharing At Work
GM is partnering with Zagster, the Cambridge, Mass.-based company that specializes in managing bike sharing fleets for hotels, businesses, universities and companies. GM is setting up bicycles around its 330-acre campus, which was a signature ...
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Billionaire John Paulson Has Sold General Motors Company. Should You?
So why would Paulson, or anyone, sell shares of General Motors? The company has been turning itself around since its bankruptcy restructuring in 2009.
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GM looks to eye and head tracking technology
General Motors (NYSE:GM) is readying production for cars with eye and head tracking technology that can tell whether drivers are distracted or alert them if they are not spending enough time looking in certain areas.
GM vehicles will remind drivers to 'pay attention' to the road  Marketing
General Motors car drivers will be kept alert by Seeing Machines  Tech Assimilate
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GM Plaintiffs Urge Judge to Allow Recall Suit to Move Forward
The group isn't suing over past wrongdoing, it says in court documents, but the present-day breach of duty committed by present-day General Motors when the company, even after emerging from bankruptcy, knew but failed to disclose the problems with its ...
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General Motors Company (GM): Death Claims Linked To Ignition Fault Rises To ...
General Motors Company (NYSE:GM) has revealed that deaths that have been claimed to be linked to faulty ignition switches in their vehicles have risen to 107, Liz MacDonald said in a report on Fox Business Network.
General Motors: Buy Or Sell? (GM)  Seeking Alpha (registration)
GM ignition-switch fund receives claims for more than 100 deaths  Reuters
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How Will The Antitrust Probes Impact General Motors' Prospects In China? (GM)
Over the last two years, the Chinese government has initiated investigations on foreign companies within the country mainly to lower prices of products offered by several industries, including the automotive sector.
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