He also credited “my friend” Steve Rattner and “a bunch of others who came to Washington.”
Last month was the best month for car sales in the U.S. since January 2006, and the best August for car sales in more than a decade.
GM announced Monday it’s recalling 8.4 million cars, pushing the total number of recalled GM vehicles past 29 million — in 2014 alone. Here is what 29 million cars looks like.
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The results of a report released Thursday, presented by GM CEO Mary Barra, state that incompetence and neglect by GM caused the decade-long delay in fixing the ignition switch problem.
General Motors announced the recall of another 2.4 million cars this week, bringing the total figure for this year to a stunning 13 million. (Last year it recalled less than one million cars.) The company, which appointed Mary Barra as its first female CEO in December, said the latest recall would result in a $400 million charge.
Dallas hedge fund star Kyle Bass’s fund Hayman Capital has taken a massive stake in General Motors, joining the ranks of more than 450 other hedge funds that threw money at the stock last quarter.
Ford stands to benefit, and the other of Detroit’s Big Three should see growth as well, contrary to Wall Street’s prevailing opinions of the sector.
Here are some recent comments 13 companies made to Wall Street analysts and investors about millennials. Ain’t no trend like a millennial trend ‘cause a millennial trend make bank.
How would you like to spend your days getting paid to go “future-hunting”?
The president presses attack on misleading Romney spot. UPDATE: Romney camp responds.
Conservative complaints about a double corporate standards. Or is that just the nature of a bailout?
The newest offering from the Big Three: The all-new, 2009 Bailout. At just $25 billion, it’s automatically next year’s bestseller.
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