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  • Kirk Kerkorian's long career of bold investments

    Kirk Kerkorian's long career of bold investments
    Kirk Kerkorian, who died Tuesday at the age of 98, had a classic rags-to-riches life. Here's a look at key steps on his path to becoming one of the richest men in America: 1947: Kirk Kerkorian buys an air charter called Los Angeles Air Service for $60,...
  • GM returns to medium-duty trucks in US with Isuzu deal

    Detroit-based General Motors Co. is expanding its partnership with Japanese truckmaker Isuzu Motors by collaborating in the U.S. and marking GM's return to the medium-duty truck business. Under the deal announced Tuesday, Isuzu will produce models for GM...
  • Judge: Wrongful-death case against GM, dealership can move forward

    Judge: Wrongful-death case against GM, dealership can move forward
    A judge has decided he will not dismiss a local wrongful death lawsuit brought against General Motors and a local Chevrolet dealer by the parents of a man killed in 2012 when his vehicle accelerated and careened onto Interstate 75 from another road....
  • GM CEO says she's been interviewed in ignition switch probe

    General Motors CEO Mary Barra confirmed Tuesday that she has been interviewed by the Justice Department in its criminal probe of how the company handled a deadly ignition switch problem in older small cars. Barra told reporters the interview happened...
  • GM cuts production at Michigan plant

    DETROIT General Motors on Friday said it is cutting production of Chevrolet Sonics and Buick Veranos at an assembly plant about 30 miles northwest of Detroit. It will gradually lay off about 100 workers there, with the layoffs beginning in July and...
  • Mark Phelan: GM restoring sinkhole-damaged 1 millionth Corvette

    The crumpled wreckage of the 1 millionth Corvette is well on its way back to museum quality as experts at General Motors' design center repair the damage done when the car plunged 30 feet into a sinkhole in the floor of the National Corvette Museum, in...
  • GM still not interested in FCA merger, CEO says

    DETROIT General Motors is big enough without buying Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, CEO Mary Barra said Tuesday. "We already have scale and we are leveraging that scale," Barra said in a news conference before this morning's GM shareholders meeting in...
  • GM may be charged with wire fraud in ignition switch investigation

    DETROIT General Motors is cooperating with a federal prosecutor looking at whether it committed wire fraud in its response to defective ignition switches now tied to 111 deaths, GM CEO Mary Barra said Tuesday at shareholders meeting. The Wall Street...
  • Nonprofit near torched CVS gets van to help its clients

    Nonprofit near torched CVS gets van to help its clients
    From the front window of the nonprofit Penn North's Pennsylvania Avenue office, the CVS Pharmacy that rioters torched and looted in April is visible. It's at that CVS that clients of the organization, which offers recovery services to about 250 city...
  • Sweet Rides

    Sweet Rides
    Upgrade to a Ferrari LaFerrari, however, and you’ll turn heads. Guaranteed. Everywhere. Or go retro and channel your inner Audrey Hepburn in a cherry red convertible. Don’t forget the scarf. To Dave Helmer, co-owner of Knopf Automotive in...
  • Cadillac, Lexus inject life into staid brands with new sport coupes

    Cadillac, Lexus inject life into staid brands with new sport coupes
    Cadillac has represented the pinnacle of American luxury for more than a century. Lexus only got its start in 1989, but it has forged a reputation as Japan's finest luxury automaker. Despite their lofty standing, both brands are more known for somewhat...