GM joins White House initiative to address gender pay gapFri, 26, Aug 2016
General Motors, the first U.S. automaker to have a female CEO, is among more than two dozen companies that added their names to a White House pledge to study gender pay gaps among their employees.
Barra tells Texas jury GM flubbed fatal ignition flawMon, 15, Aug 2016
GM failed to designate a flawed ignition switch linked to multiple deaths and injuries as a safety concern, CEO Mary Barra told jurors at a Texas trial. Barra's video testimony, clipped from a previously unseen deposition taken for multiple lawsuits, is the CEO's first to jurors weighing the company's liability to accident victims allegedly harmed by faulty ignition switches that GM knowingly put in cars for years.
The Detroit 3 leaders: Where are they now? Here's a reality checkMon, 15, Aug 2016
This industry fixates on the flashy. But shiny pennies stretch only so far, and the industry needs regular reality checks against the hype and perceptions. Today's installment: The leaders of the Detroit 3.
U.S. market still has upside, some industry CEOs sayWed, 10, Aug 2016
U.S. auto sales still have room to grow, some auto industry leaders believe, casting aside worries that the six-year expansion is about to lose steam.
GM's bold approach: Staying conservativeMon, 01, Aug 2016
Companies normally don't earn respect for the stuff they don't do. But for GM, a pullback from big plans in India is the latest milepost along a path to becoming a more disciplined company.