Former GM chief Wagoner joins ChargePoint boardApril 6
Documentary recounts industry bailout -- and ponders the futureSept. 10, 2016
Wagoner ouster no shock to himSept. 12, 2016
The firing of General Motors CEO Rick Wagoner seven years ago took many by surprise. But Wagoner's friend and adviser Jay Alix said Wagoner was keenly aware that he could be a casualty of a U.S. government rescue long before he lost his job in March 2009.
Wagoner set for deposition Sept. 2June 4, 2015
Former General Motors CEO Rick Wagoner is scheduled to be deposed in September in a class-action suit filed by consumers against the automaker over defective ignition switches now linked to at least 109 deaths, Texas lawyer Bob Hilliard's office confirmed.
GM's O'Connell was down but not defeatedMay 18, 2015
Bob O'Connell, who died last week at 76, was among the casualties of the revolution at General Motors in 1992, the one that ushered in the Jack Smith-Rick Wagoner era and displaced the team of Bob Stempel and Lloyd Reuss.
Wagoner, Akerson depositions being sought by plaintiffs' lawyerMarch 20, 2015
Former GM CEOs Rick Wagoner and Dan Akerson are among 96 current and ex-employees that lawyers involved in class-action lawsuits over faulty ignition switches have asked to question under oath from May through October. Neither appeared on a list of 35 scheduled depositions released Thursday by Texas lawyer Bob Hilliard.