GM Ignition Switch Deaths Officially Rise to 23

The death toll surrounding the defective ignition switches in 2.6 million General Motors vehilces continues to rise.

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GMC Boss Eyes Denali Trim for Canyon

GMC boss Duncan Aldred wants to sell more of its products with premium “Denali” trim and the new Canyon midsize pickup could play a role in that.

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GM Debt Raised to Investment Grade by S&P

One of the key steps in General Motors recovery fell into place yesterday when Standard & Poor’s raised the company’s debt to a BBB-minus.

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GM Compensation Fund Makes Offers to 15 Applicants

General Motors is getting ready to pay millions to the families of victims from its ignition switch recall.

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GM Ignition Switch Death Toll Climbs to 21

The death toll as a result of faulty ignition switches in General Motors vehicles has officially climbed to 21.

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Cadillac Ditches Detroit For New NYC Headquarters

General Motors luxury brand will uproot itself next year to find a new home in New York City.

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GMC Unveils 'Sport Truck' Without Performance Upgrades

GMC announced a new trim level for the Sierra 1500 today that it plans to market as a sport variant to other versions of its half-ton.

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GM Recalls Natural Gas-Powered Vans

Another day, another GM recall. This time the Detroit-based automotive giant is working to fix issues with some natural gas-powered vehicles.

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House Report Slams NHTSA Over GM Recall

A new report prepared by the U.S. Energy and Commerce Committee has concluded that NHTSA made “critical mistakes” in the GM ignition switch recall case. 

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GM Compensation Fund to Pay at Least 19 Death Claims

General Motors’ compensation fund will pay out claims to at least 19 deaths as the team assigned to make those decisions continues to filter through hundreds of applications.

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NHTSA Faces Senate Questioning Over GM Recalls

GM has been called dysfunctional by outside investigators over the slew of igntion switch recall, but they are not solely responsible. 

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GM Sees Most New Cars With Autonomous Highway Capability by 2025

General Motors believes most vehicles will have autonomous highway driving in 10 years.

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GM Vehicles May Use Eye-Tracking Technology Soon

General Motors could be the first automaker with active technology to combat distracted driving.

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Cadillac SRX Production Moving to Tennessee

The Cadillac SRX will be made in America as General Motors plans to shift production.

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Opel Cascada Being Shown to US Buick Dealerships

It is appearing more likely that the Opel Cascada will be heading to the U.S., branded as a Buick model.

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