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  • General Motors' 2014 profit falls 26% on recall costs

    General Motors' 2014 profit falls 26% on recall costs
    If it weren't for the recalls, 2014 would have been a stellar year for General Motors Co. Even with $2.8 billion in pretax costs to fix more than 42 million recalled vehicles worldwide and $400 million set aside for death and injury claims, GM still...
  • General Motors 2014 profit falls 26 pct. to $2.8B due to recalls; stock jumps on dividend hike

    If it weren't for the recalls, 2014 would have been a stellar year for General Motors. Even with $2.8 billion in pretax costs to fix more than 42 million recalled vehicles worldwide and $400 million set aside for death and injury claims, GM still managed...
  • U.S. auto sales surge 13% in January

    U.S. auto sales surge 13% in January
    Automakers saw a big jump in sales in January as lower gas prices and low interest rates pumped up consumers' confidence and their spending on new vehicles. General Motors, Ford, Chrysler, Toyota, Honda and Nissan all reported double-digit gains....
  • Trucks drive big sales gains at GM, Ford, Chrysler, Toyota

    Trucks drive big sales gains at GM, Ford, Chrysler, Toyota
    Low gas prices, low interest rates and strong consumer confidence helped automakers post a big jump in sales in January, with General Motors, Ford, Chrysler, Honda and Nissan all reporting double-digit gains. Truck sales were especially strong. Based on...
  • Cadillac confirms CT6 flagship sedan will debut in March

    Cadillac confirms CT6 flagship sedan will debut in March
    Cadillac is going big in 2015. General Motors’ luxury nameplate confirmed Friday that it will debut an all-new, full-size luxury car at the New York Auto Show on March 31. The new vehicle, to be called the CT6, goes into production at the end of...
  • 2015 autos outlook: Crossovers, pickups expected to fuel another big year

    2015 autos outlook: Crossovers, pickups expected to fuel another big year
    The recovery has been slow but steady — and isn't over. In 2014 the industry sold 16.5 million vehicles, up from 15.6 million in 2013. The forecast for 2015 is even better, with sales expected to rise again to 16.9 million, though General Motors...
  • Shareholder representing 4 funds seeks $8B General Motors stock buyback, seat on board

    A member of the government task force that restructured General Motors after its 2009 bankruptcy is seeking a seat on the company's board and at least an $8 billion stock buyback. And Harry Wilson says his push for change won't stop there. Wilson, 43,...
  • Detroit commuter's low-wage job reflects new reality

    DETROIT James Robertson's story is emblematic of a new reality in the manufacturing business: Factory jobs no longer represent a guaranteed ladder to economic vitality. Call it the Robertson economy. The 56-year-old Detroiter's story of walking 21 miles...
  • GM to confirm Bolt production at Michigan plant

    GM to confirm Bolt production at Michigan plant
    DETROIT General Motors will use next week's Chicago Auto Show to announce that the Chevrolet Bolt all-electric car will be built at the Orion Assembly plant in Lake Orion, Mich. The Bolt concept was first unveiled in January at the 2015 North American...
  • Toll from faulty General Motors ignition switches rises to 52 deaths, 79 injuries

    The families of 52 people killed in crashes caused by faulty General Motors small-car ignition switches will receive millions in compensation from a company fund. The new total, which is one more than last week, was posted Monday on an Internet site by...
  • US auto employment at highest point since 2008

    DETROIT The U.S. auto industry now employs more workers than it has at any time since March 2008, at the beginning of the Great Recession when the industry and economy in general started a sharp descent. In January, the U.S. auto industry added 6,700...