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"No regrets" -- That's PSA Group CEO Carlos Tavares' assessment one year after striking a $2.7 billion deal for Opel and Vauxhall, General Motors' stubbornly unprofitable European brands.
General Motors said it will build production versions of its self-driving Cruise AV car at its Orion Township assembly plant in Michigan.
GM, Benz, VW, FCA accused of hiding airbag defects; Audi bracing for tough year; Report: No easy way to skirt tariffs; Magna, Lyft to co-develop AV tech; Car backs without brands.
Buick and Lexus will put the game in customer's hands during March Madness, betting on NCAA partnerships for consumer engagement and marketplace penetration.
South Korea's Korea Development Bank said it would provide short-term loans to General Motors' South Korean unit after April, should the company cooperate with due diligence.
Weeks before the Trump administration plans to decide whether to revise landmark fuel efficiency standards, GM's CEO pressed for modern fuel economy standards under one set of national rules and the need to comprehend new technology developments.
General Motors plans to start a pilot program this summer that will enable car owners to rent out their vehicles when they aren't using them, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg.
General Motors has selected Kim Brycz as the new chief of global human resources, filling the hole in leadership left by Jose Thomas, who resigned after less than eight months in the position.
'Buick' name stripped from Envision, rest of '19 lineup - reports; VW to expand EV output; UAW accuses Tesla of retaliation; GM's new HR boss; Volvo aims S60 at young, affluent.
Starting with the 2019 model year, Buick vehicles in North America will no longer bear the name.
Deborah Wahl's appointment as Cadillac's new global chief marketing officer puts her in an exclusive group of executives to complete the Detroit 3 trifecta.
GM President Dan Ammann says the automaker's troubled South Korean operations can be a "sustainable, profitable business," if unions and the South Korean government agree quickly on a restructuring.
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