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Two big pieces of news on General Motors Co. : The government has sold its remaining stake, locking in a loss of roughly $10 billion, and the company has named Mary Barra to the position of chief executive officer.
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A manufacturing error has left a handful of General Motors cars needing new engines with just a few thousand miles on the odometer.
As the year winds down auto-industry insiders and car shoppers turn their attention to the many "car of the year" awards.
Could it be a repeat for Cadillac? The Cadillac CTS midsize sedan -- built in Lansing and redesigned for the 2014 model year -- was named one of three finalists today for North American Car of the Year, the top honor given at the Detroit auto show that will be handed out in January.
As she takes the reins of America's largest automaker, Mary Barra will run a company in vastly better shape than the one that struggled through the recession.
Dan Akerson has stepped down as the Chief Executive Officer of General Motors. The announcement was made Tuesday.
General Motors announced Tuesday that Dan Akerson is retiring and Mary Barra, 51, will become the next CEO of the company and Dan Ammann has been named company president.
General Motors seemed to take the collective auto enthusiast world's breath away when it released the Cadillac ELR - not because the car was a game changer, looked especially stunning, or represented a significant departure from the status quo .
The Internet has brought us all closer together, but as I've noted in this column before, it can also spread a lot of misinformation, inaccuracies, and downright lies.
The U.S. lost about $11 billion on its investment of about $50 billion in General Motors Co., which was the largest piece of an industry bailout that became a centerpiece of U.S. President Barack Obama's first term.
The 2014 Cadillac ELR extended-range electric car is based on the Voltec system used in the Chevrolet Volt, but costs more than twice as much.
Four-door sedans don't usually get the love from classic car fans the way coupes and convertibles do.
If your exposure to Chevrolet performance cars has included recent versions of the Camaro and the Corvette, be forewarned: The new 2014 Chevy SS might have familiar firepower under the hood, but it's a distinctly different, more understated car in nearly every other respect.
The customer is frequently right. It's hard to argue with that conclusion when you look at the cars and trucks automakers pulled the plug on this year.