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The factory builds full-size Chevy and GMC pickups and has received total investment of more than $1.2 billion.
GM’s CEO Mary Barra just shared some interesting insight into how the company’s self-driving division is run
Wall Street has been concerned about GM's Cruise division struggling to launch commercially in 2019. CEO Mary Barra tried to ease those worries.
Trump attacks GM, says they ‘better damn well open a new plant’ in Ohio after the automaker announces layoffs and factory shutdowns
President Donald Trump attacked General Motors CEO Mary Barra in multiple interviews after the automaker announced layoffs and plant closures.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra said that successfully dealing with the 2014 recall crisis taught her to be both impatient and transparent as a leader.
How GM went from bankrupt and on the brink of death to being one of the world’s best-run car companies
A decade after the financial crisis, General Motors is led by the best management team it's ever had and one of the best C-suites in business. CEO Mary Barra, president Dan Ammann, and vice-president Mark Reuss have overseen the birth of a New GM that's defining the future of transportation.
Allen & Co's most exclusive business conference for tech, finance and media moguls is about to kick off this weekend in Sun Valley, Idaho. There's so many private jets, one operator described the scene as "chaotic."
GM's executive leadership is an impressive reversal from the pre-bankruptcy company — and quite different from almost every other automaker currently in business.
The SoftBank investment will involve two phases: a $900 million initial funding followed by a $1.35 billion round. Ultimately, SoftBack will take a nearly 20% equity share in Cruise, which has been operating as a stand-alone GM unit.
Of the 50 biggest companies in America, General Motors is the only company succeeding on a key measure
General Motors is the largest company with the most women in leadership positions.
GM’s relentless focus on profits could mean the automaker pulls out of South Korea sooner than later
GM's South Korean unit has lost almost $3 billion over the past four years.