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General Motors product boss Mark Reuss warned of an imminent shortage of engineers and called on industry officials to increase efforts to get younger generations involved in automotive engineering.
Several of GM's highest-ranking executives rose through the ranks at Holden. They were saddened to see the end of car manufacturing in Australia.
GM's CEO on Saturday expressed optimism that NAFTA would survive and other senior company executives stood by the company's plans to continue building trucks in Mexico.
The automaker, according to product chief Mark Reuss, has been "constrained" when it comes to output of larger, four-door pickups that have significantly increased in popularity in recent years.
Some executives spend time on the race track when they can. Here's a look back at three doing just that in 2017.
GM's and Ford's visions for competing against Silicon Valley are starting to come into focus — and Wall Street finally may be taking notice.
GM is reassessing some trim and build options for the Chevrolet Camaro in an attempt to better compete against the Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger, according to product chief Mark Reuss.
As much as Mark Reuss, a licensed road racer who created General Motors' Performance Division, relishes the fast lane, his appreciation for the carpool lane also runs deep.
General Motors said it opened the Durant-Dort Factory One in Flint, Mich., after four years of restorations.
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