GM, again, faces $1 billion fight over bankruptcy accordApril 26
An independent trust handling GM's old bankruptcy claims reached a new settlement with customers who sued the automaker years ago over faulty ignition switches -- a deal that could force GM to give up more than $1 billion in new stock if a judge approves it.
As GM mulls options, how does bankruptcy work in S.Korea?April 19
GM's Korean unit has warned that it would file for bankruptcy if there isn't a restructuring deal by Friday, as the operation is running out of cash to pay employees and suppliers amid slumping sales. A look at how South Korea's court-managed bankruptcy protection procedures work.
GM Korea future hangs by a thread as 16-year foray risks foldingApril 12
GM says South Korean unit will file for bankruptcy if no union concessionsMarch 26
New York financier, Dura CEO Lynn Tilton puts her Zohar funds into bankruptcyMarch 12
UAW retiree trust to sell chunk of GM sharesFeb. 27
Takata's U.S. bankruptcy plan approved by judgeFeb. 17
GM, Ford, VW, Toyota among automakers providing up to $130 million for Takata's U.S. settlementFeb. 14
Takata, injured drivers reach deal that will likely end U.S. bankruptcyFeb. 11
GM avoids $1 billion stock payout as U.S. judge throws out settlementJan. 18
The trust set up to handle GM's bankruptcy claims acted in bad faith in reaching a $15 million class-action settlement that would have forced the company to contribute as much as $1 billion in new stock, a judge ruled in throwing out the accord.