GM cuts outlook for U.S. new-vehicle sales in 2017Mon, 26, Jun 2017
GM now expects U.S. new-vehicle sales in 2017 will be in the "low 17 million" unit range, reflecting widespread expectations that industry volume is headed for a moderate downturn, as a flood of nearly-new used cars and light trucks hit the market.
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GM settles with 203 plaintiffs over ignition switchesFri, 23, Jun 2017
Barra meets with Canada's Justin TrudeauFri, 23, Jun 2017
For thousands of U.S. auto workers, downturn comes fastWed, 21, Jun 2017
GM safety practices no longer under NHTSA oversight; meetings will continueThu, 22, Jun 2017
GM Canada extends two summer plant closures as it evaluates market demandTue, 20, Jun 2017
GM cuts shift at Kansas car plantMon, 19, Jun 2017
GM, for the fifth time this year, is cutting a production shift at one of its U.S. assembly plants in response to slowing industry sales. As many as 1,000 workers will be laid off when the overnight shift at a Chevrolet Malibu factory in Kansas is dropped in late September.