GM News (NYSE:GM)

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04/26/20172:42AMDJNPeugeot's Sales Lifted by Higher Margin Cars
By Eric Sylvers French car maker Peugeot said Wednesday that revenue grew 4.9% in the first quarter as sales of higher margin new cars helped offset currency pressure. Peugeot, which during the first quarter reached an agreement to buy General Motors Co.'s (GM) European business, said revenue climbed to 13.6 billion... More...>>
04/25/20173:02AMDJNGM Loses Bid to Curb Ignition Suits -- WSJ
By Katy Stech and Mike Spector The nation's top court on Monday rejected a request from General Motors Co. to limit the fallout from its ignition-switch defect. The U.S. Supreme Court denied the Detroit auto maker's request to review a lower-court ruling that gave some victims' families the power to sue... More...>>
04/24/20174:43PMDJNGM Loses Legal Bid to Limit Fallout From Ignition Switch Cases -- 3rd Update
By Katy Stech and Mike Spector The nation's top court on Monday rejected a request from General Motors Co. to limit the fallout from its ignition-switch defect. The U.S. Supreme Court denied the Detroit auto maker's request to review a lower-court ruling that gave some victims' families the power to sue... More...>>
04/24/20173:11PMDJNGM Loses Legal Bid to Limit Fallout From Ignition Switch Cases -- 2nd Update
By Katy Stech and Mike Spector The nation's top court on Monday rejected a request from General Motors Co. to limit the fallout from its ignition-switch defect. The U.S. Supreme Court denied the Detroit auto maker's request to review a lower-court ruling that gave some victims' families the power to sue... More...>>
04/24/20171:34PMDJNGM Loses Legal Bid to Limit Fallout From Ignition Switch Cases -- Update
By Katy Stech and Mike Spector The nation's top court on Monday rejected a request from General Motors Co. to limit the fallout from its ignition-switch defect. The U.S. Supreme Court denied the Detroit auto maker's request to review a lower-court ruling that gave some victims' families the power to sue... More...>>
04/24/201710:59AMDJNU.S. Supreme Court Declines to Review GM Ignition Switch Case
By Katy Stech The nation's top court on Monday rejected a request from General Motors Co. to limit the fallout from its ignition-switch defect. The U.S. Supreme Court denied the Detroit auto maker's request to review a lower-court ruling that gave some victims' families the power to sue over defective ignition... More...>>
04/21/20173:02AMDJNGM Ceases Operation in Venezuela as Plant Is Seized -- WSJ
By Anatoly Kurmanaevand Kejal Vyas CARACAS, Venezuela -- General Motors Co. became the latest multinational company to exit what used to be South America's most lucrative consumer market, following the seizure of its plant linked to a court case. Venezuelan authorities on Wednesday unexpectedly took over GM's... More...>>
04/20/20177:27PMDJNGM Ceases Operation in Venezuela as Plant Is Seized -- 2nd Update
By Anatoly Kurmanaevand Kejal Vyas CARACAS, Venezuela -- General Motors Co. became the latest multinational company to exit what used to be South America's most lucrative consumer market, following the seizure of its plant linked to a court case. Venezuelan authorities on Wednesday unexpectedly took over GM's... More...>>
04/20/20174:20PMDJNGM Ceases Operation in Venezuela as Plant Is Seized -- 2nd Update
By Anatoly Kurmanaev CARACAS, Venezuela -- General Motors Co. became the latest multinational company to exit what used to be South America's most lucrative consumer market, following the seizure of its plant linked to a court case. Venezuelan authorities on Wednesday unexpectedly took over GM's plant in the... More...>>
04/20/20179:53AMDJNGM Ceases Operation in Venezuela as Plant is Expropriated
By Anatoly Kurmanaev CARACAS, Venezuela -- General Motors Co., the world's third-largest car maker, said it has stopped operating in Venezuela following the expropriation of its plant. Venezuelan authorities on Wednesday unexpectedly took over GM's plant in the central Carabobo state, seizing production facilities... More...>>
04/20/20173:02AMDJNGM Plans Push for Chevy in China -- WSJ
By Mike Colias SHANGHAI -- Chevrolet, General Motors Co.'s biggest brand, is counting on a spate of vehicle rollouts in coming years to end a sales skid in China. GM's other brands have been on a tear in the world's largest car market, including Buick, which topped 1 million vehicle sales in China last year... More...>>
04/19/20178:46AMDJNChevy to Chase Chinese Consumers With Vehicle Rollouts Over Next Few Years
By Mike Colias SHANGHAI--Chevrolet, General Motors Co.'s biggest brand, is counting on a spate of vehicle rollouts in coming years to end a sales skid in China. GM's other brands have been on a tear in the world's largest car market, including Buick, which topped 1 million vehicle sales in China last year... More...>>
04/18/20173:34PMDJNGM's Chevrolet Volt Electric Car Will Be Sold in China as a Buick
By Mike Colias SHANGHAI -- General Motors Co.'s Chevrolet Volt electric car is finally headed to China, but it won't be wearing the iconic bow tie badge that identifies Chevy products. It will instead be sold as a Buick. The Detroit auto giant, already a major player in China's traditional vehicle market... More...>>
04/16/20172:26PMDJNWhat Is Tesla Really Worth?--Heard on the Street
By Charley Grant Tesla Inc. is valued as though it will soon conquer the U.S. auto market. Now, it has the small task of actually doing so. Tesla shares have been unstoppable ahead of the Model 3 launch, having gained 40% this year. The upstart auto maker is more valuable than Ford and slightly less valuable than General... More...>>
04/16/20177:29AMDJNA Chevy Bolt Gets You There, but You'll Need a Smartphone to Show You How
By Mike Colias Aiming to please the tech-savvy buyers of Chevrolet's new Bolt electric car, General Motors Co. equipped it with a 4G Wi-Fi connection and a 10-inch touch screen. But GM left out one feature that not long ago was a must-have for many car buyers: built-in navigation. Nearly all but the cheapest budget... More...>>
04/13/20177:23PMDJNGM to Build Facility for Self-Driving Cars, Add Employees
By Mike Colias General Motors Co. will build a development facility in San Francisco and eventually add 1,100 employees there to work on autonomous vehicles, a major expansion of GM's Silicon Valley presence as it vies with other auto makers to lead the race for self-driving cars. GM said Thursday it will spend $14... More...>>
04/13/20173:02AMDJNInvestor Presses GM on Its Stock Split -- WSJ
By Mike Colias and Anne Steele Investor David Einhorn ramped up pressure on General Motors Co. to split its common stock into two classes, as he proposed candidates for the company's board and accused the Detroit auto giant of misrepresenting his proposal to investors and ratings firms. In a filing Wednesday, Mr... More...>>
04/12/201712:03PMDJNEinhorn Ratchets Up His Pressure on GM -- 3rd Update
By Anne Steele and Mike Colias Investor David Einhorn escalated his pressure on General Motors Co., nominating three candidates Wednesday to the Detroit auto maker's board of directors. In a public filing, Mr. Einhorn's hedge fund Greenlight Capital Inc., which is pressing GM to create two classes of common stock... More...>>
04/12/201711:18AMDJNEinhorn Ratchets Up His Pressure on GM -- 2nd Update
By Anne Steele and Mike Colias Investor David Einhorn escalated his pressure on General Motors Co., nominating three candidates Wednesday to the Detroit auto maker's board of directors. In a public filing, Mr. Einhorn's hedge fund Greenlight Capital Inc., which is pressing GM to create two classes of common stock... More...>>
04/12/201711:10AMDJNEinhorn Ratchets Up His Pressure on GM -- Update
By Anne Steele Investor David Einhorn escalated his pressure on General Motors Co., nominating three candidates Wednesday to the Detroit auto maker's board of directors. In a public filing, Mr. Einhorn's hedge fund Greenlight Capital Inc., which is pressing GM to create two classes of common stock that would... More...>>
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