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  • Wagoner: 'They requested... 'I step aside''

     
    by Mark Silva In Washington's world of wondering who pushed whom and who jumped, there is no mincing of words this morning about what happened with General Motors CEO Rick Wagoner. "On Friday I was in Washington for a meeting......
  • Obama's millionaires: White House team

     
    by John McCormick When President Barack Obama moved into the White House earlier this year, he took several of his fellow Chicago millionaires with him. Newly released disclosure reports show virtually all of the top Chicagoans serving in the West......
  • Freddie Mac director's apparent suicide

     
    By Mark Silva and updated at 9:45 am EDT The acting chief financial officer of Freddie Mac, an embattled government-owned company that controls millions of home mortgages, was found dead early this morning in his suburban Virginia home, victim of......
  • Obama names new performance officer

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama today named a business management consultant to serve as the government's first chief performance officer, part of the new president's pledge to gain control over wasteful spending. Jeffrey Zients, a consultant and...
  • With Saturn Gone, GM Loses a Quarter of its Hybrid Sales

     
    Saturn accounts for a quarter of GM???s hybrid sales, so when that brand goes away later this year, there go all those fuel-efficient vehicles the Obama administration wants to promote. Vehicles like the Saturn Vue Hybrid and Aura Hybrid will......
  • What the End of Pontiac Means To You

     
    Today GM announced it would stop producing new Pontiac models by the end of 2010. This is the end of an era for the once-proud performance brand, but it also leaves a lot of questions for car shoppers and Pontiac......
  • Chevy Volt Update: It's Fast and Quiet

     
    USA Today???s James Healey took the latest Chevy Volt test mule for a spin recently, and he was impressed by the car that he says GM is ???making up as it goes along.??? The Volt has serious torque for quick......
  • Chrysler, Fiat Sale Approved

     
    Earlier this morning, a bankruptcy court in New York approved the sale of the new Chrysler company ??? formed from the bankrupt automaker???s healthy parts ??? to Fiat, the Italian automaker. The union is seen by analysts and government officials......
  • General Motors: Obama's new deal

     
    by Mark Silva As the nation's largest automaker heads into bankruptcy court in the morning, the Obama administration this evening spelled out the agreements that it has made for the reorganizaiton of the ailing car-and-truck-maker: Including $30 billion...
  • Governor's energy adviser moving to VP post at LIPA

     
    From Newsday's James T. Madore: Gov. David A. Paterson???s office confirms that his top energy adviser Paul DeCotis (left, in photo) will join the Long Island Power Authority as vice president of power markets late next month. Paterson spokesman......
  • Movers and Losers: May Top 10

     
    The list of last month's fastest- and slowest-selling models is quite revealing in terms of the current automotive landscape. Usually, the fastest sellers are just brand-new models that are hotly anticipated, while the losers are tired old models no one.....