General Motors Co. President Dan Ammann on leading the auto maker’s operations around the world.
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After General Motors recalled almost 30 million vehicles this year worldwide, their profits are lagging and rival Ford Motor Company is pulling ahead.
Luxury car maker BMW revealed a $1 billion Mexican plant investment on Thursday, becoming the latest major automaker to take advantage of the country’s growing industrial base and tariff-free access to the U.S. market. The automaker outlined plans to build a factory in the central Mexican city of San Luis...
With last week’s release of a devastating internal investigation, General Motors General Motors sought to put a shameful, decade-long safety failure behind it, and begin the difficult job of restoring its reputation. Investors seemed comforted that the worst is behind the company, and after a temporary drop, GM shares recovered...
General Motors’ board hired a law firm to review why it wasn’t initially informed of cars stalling due to a faulty ignition switch, after CEO Mary Barra began her own investigation into the company’s handling of the ignition-switch problem. Jeff Bennett reports.
General Motors announced it is recalling 1.5 million cars following an internal safety review. The company expects to pay $300 million in repairs.
Congress has launched an investigation into General Motors to find out why faulty technology was not recalled in a timely fashion.
As Michigan’s fortunes declined, Financial advisor Sherri Stephens and her clients took a defensive stance that has served them well in all markets.