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Innovation Agents: Mary Barra Drives The Future Of GM
GM's Mary Barra, the highest-ranking woman in the automotive industry, talks to Fast Company about where she sees Detroit headed post-bailout, how the Volt reenergized her team in its darkest hours, and how to make cars that capture the imagination.
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Insight: GM's Volt: The ugly math of low sales, high costs
(Reuters) - General Motors Co sold a record number of Chevrolet Volt sedans in August - but that probably isn't a good thing for the automaker's bottom line.
Why GM Actually Is Getting Its Money's Worth From The Chevy Volt  International Business Times
Low sales, high costs of Chevrolet Volt mean General Motors loses up to ...  New York Daily News
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General Motors Reorganization: Will The Glory Days Be Back?
As we have already mentioned in our previous report regarding General Motors (NYSE:GM), one of the important catalysts for the company was a change in its management style. On August 17, the reorganization was formally announced by CEO Dan ...
GM to hire 10000 IT pros as it 'insources' work
Austin was picked to house one of several planned new centers because it "already has people with the skills GM is seeking," the company said. GM based that assertion on U.S. Labor Dept. data showing that employment in IT-related occupations at about ...
GM Plans to Hire About 10000 IT Workers Over Five Years  Bloomberg
GM to add 500 new IT jobs in Texas  Houston Chronicle (blog)
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GM's First Mover Disadvantage
When General Motors (GM) emerged from bankruptcy, Chief Executive Officer Daniel Akerson found himself running a company with improved finances but woefully short of exciting new models to sell. Then he saw the redesigned 2013 Chevrolet Malibu still ...
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Sorry, GM, It's �Government Motors� Awhile Longer: View
Like a restless suitor eager to move on, General Motors Co. (GM) wants to end its four-year relationship with the U.S. government.
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'Quite Good' May Not Be Good Enough For GM
When you talk to car people about General Motors, they all say the company has gotten better. "I think General Motors, productwise, is in a better position than it's been in a decade or so," says Jack Nerad of Kelley Blue Book. "The new products, we ...
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Former General Motors Colombia Employee Brings Hunger Strike to CEO ...
Following the breakdown in negotiations between General Motors Company's (NYSE:GM) Colombian subsidiary GM-Colmotores and a group of Bogota-based hunger-strikers calling themselves the Association of Injured Workers and Ex-Workers of General ...
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Ford Vs. General Motors: The Value Investor's Dilemma
GMIO only brings about 24% of the company's earnings in, but I expect this number to increase significantly and hopefully grow enough to mitigate contraction that may come from other regions (like Europe).
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Egbert Perry team in lead to redevelop General Motors plant site in DeKalb
Prominent Atlanta developer and civic leader Egbert Perry is leading a team that could acquire and redevelop the former General Motors Co. plant in Doraville - almost two years after a similar effort collapsed. Perry is among several developers that ...
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