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2009-03-14 09:35:29

Ford Motor Co., joining fellow U.S.

2009-03-13 15:14:02

Auditors for American Axle & Manufacturing said the U.S.

2009-03-12 16:10:30

U.S. government funds used to prop up General Motors Corp. and Chrysler LLC often end up in the hands of foreign companies, various stakeholders said. Here I am out stumping for GM ...

2009-03-08 23:00:00

President Barack Obama's financial teams spread out during the weekend, visiting Detroit and London with a campaign promise ringing in their ears.

2009-03-08 19:03:34

The Canadian Auto Workers union said Sunday it has struck a tentative deal with General Motors Corp. on labor givebacks to help keep the automaker alive. Ten-thousand CAW members who work for GM must ratify the agreement before it can be implemented, the Detroit Free Press reported.

2009-03-08 17:21:36

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2009-03-05 08:04:13

Auditors for U.S. auto giant General Motors Corp.

2009-03-03 21:07:40

General Motors Corp. is showing off its little Spark in Geneva, Switzerland, this week in hopes the subcompact will ignite interest among car buyers. While the South Korea-built Spark currently is being pitched for Euoropean and Asian markets, the 11 1/2-foot mini-car is being revamped to meet U.S.

2009-03-01 14:08:18

A drastic decline in General Motors Corp.'s U.S.

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2014-04-13 09:20:18

General Motors Company (GM) is an American automobile manufacturer located in Detroit Michigan. They also control multinational manufacturers around the globe. They design, produce, market and distribute vehicles and parts, as well as selling financial services. GM has ten brands of vehicles produced in 37 countries. They include, Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, Cadillac, Opel, Holden, Vauxhall, Wuling, Baojun, Jie, Fang and UZDaewoo. GM does business with 157 different countries and employees...

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