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    Report: GM's Barra could get big payday now that gov't no longer regulates salaries
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    One would expect that as the CEO of one of the largest automakers in the world, the pay would be pretty darn competitive. And for the just-announced incoming CEO of General Motors, Mary Barra, the financial compensation package could well be substantially rosier than it was for her predecessor. ...

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    Study: GM, Chrysler bailouts saved 2.6 million jobs
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    The Center for Automotive Research (CAR) has been studying the effects of the General Motors and Chrysler bailouts in 2009. Now that the US Treasury has officially sold off the rest of its stake in GM (and Chrysler has already paid back its loan), CAR has released its study on the effects of the ...

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    Report: Treasury sells almost 1/3 of remaining GM stock
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    When we last checked the status of the federal government's stake in General Motors in September, it owned about 7.3 percent - roughly 101-million shares worth about $3.7 billion - of the automaker. In October, the Fed sold almost a third of its remaining stake, or 29- to 30-million shares valued ...

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    Read This: Architect of GM's bankruptcy plan reveals how company was saved
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    Some things are never as they seem. That's especially true when talking about the bankruptcy of General Motors. From afar, it's easy to look at GM's issue being one of decades of mismanagement, poorly built cars, and a certain, too-big-to-fail mindset. But closer to the situation, as the ...

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    Report: US Treasury reports $9.7B loss on GM shares
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    The US Treasury has announced a $9.7 billion loss on the $49.5 billion it used to bailout General Motors in 2009, according to a report from the The Detroit News, which in turn cites the quarterly report from the Special Inspector General of the Troubled Asset Relief Program to Congress. The ...

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    Report: Treasury sells more GM stock, stake now at 7.3%
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    The US Treasury's sale of General Motors stock continues, with the unloading of more than 110 million shares between May 9 and September 13 netting the government agency $3.82 billion and reducing its stake in GM to 7.3 percent, Reuters reports. The Treasury also confirmed that it now holds ...

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    Report: Court upholds pension cuts to 100 retired GM execs
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    100 retired executives from General Motors will soldier on with smaller pensions after a trio of judges in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati, ruled in favor of the automaker. The dispute stemmed from the requirements made by the Obama administration as part of GM's bankruptcy and ...

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    Report: Canada getting ready to sell GM stake
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    Canada's federal government and the government of the province of Ontario have started searching for an investment bank to sell the rest of their combined 140 million shares in General Motors, according to an unidentified source, Bloomberg reports. That represents a 10-percent stake up for sale. ...

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    Report: Treasury needs GM stock to be worth $95.51 to break even
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    Special Inspector General Christy Romero has delivered another report to Congress on the state of the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) up to June 6 of this year, assessing numbers to the US Treasury's remaining stake in General Motors. After stock sales in February and another a few months ...

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    Report: Treasury sold off $489M of GM stock in February
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    The Detroit News reports that the US Treasury sold off around 17.2 million shares of General Motors stock in February worth $489 million. The move is part of a plan to rid the government of GM stock by March, 2014. All told, the government has regained $29.8 billion of the $49.5 billion it ...

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    Report: Feds expect greater loss on auto bailout
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    The saga of the U.S. Treasury's involvement with General Motors has become the theater of call and response: the call is Treasury announcing how much it stands to lose on its bailout of GM, the response is a turgid chorus of "Government Motors!" and "They should have died!" peppered with a few ...

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    Report: "Old GM" quietly dead and buried
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    After 103 years of stratospheric heights and immeasurable lows, General Motors Corp. has died. Motors Liquidation Co., or "Old GM," as it became known during the 2009 bankruptcy reorganization, was quietly dissolved on Thursday, Dec. 15, taking the company's bad debts and liabilities along with ...

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    Report: Cheney admits he disagreed with Bush on GM bailout in new memoir
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    Former United States Vice President Dick Cheney didn't hold back when it came time to write his memoir of his time in office. Cheney has taken shots at everyone from Colin Powell to Condoleezza Rice, and according to The Detroit News, the VP wasn't thrilled about the idea of pulling General ...

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    Report: WSJ looks at who the auto bailouts really left behind
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    According to The Wall Street Journal, Chrysler's post-bailout restructuring allowed it to effectively erase any responsibility for car accident victims. Two years after the $12.5-billion auto industry bailouts, families like the one Vicki Denton left behind are stuck between a rock and a hard ...

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    Report: Fund oversight panel says jury still out on auto bailouts
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    The Congressional Oversight Panel charged with overseeing America's $700 billion federal bailout fund admits that it still isn't sure if the measure will save the auto industry in the long run, The Detroit News is reporting. As you'll recall, the $700 billion was divvied up between banks, ...

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    Treasury aims to sell GM shares early
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    According to The Detroit News, the United States Treasury Department is planning on quickly eliminating its shares of General Motors stock rather than trying to maximize the government's return on its investment. The news comes from Austan Goolsbee, chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors, who ...

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    Video: GM commercial thanks taxpayers for the bailout
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    General Motors takes one on the chin but gets back up, thanks to us – Click above to watch video after the jump
    General Motors is trying hard to move forward after everything that has happened in the last few years. The auto giant would not be here without the help of the government and the ...

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    Report: Fed reduces auto bailout loss forecast to $17B
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    The federal government spent roughly $86 billion in taxpayer money to bail out the auto industry. That's a lot of Monopoly money, folks, and when the industry we know and love was at its weakest point, early projections suggested that that the U.S. government and American taxpayers would never ...

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    GM will increase Volt production by 50% - to 45,000 units - in 2012
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    President Obama toured the General Motors' Detroit-Hamtramck facility where the automaker will build (can we say "is building" yet?) the Chevrolet Volt today, and as any good PR person will surely agree, you can't let an opportunity like that go by without making an announcement of some sort. ...

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    Report: GM's planned purchase of AmeriCredit questioned by senator
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    We've decided to stop trying to guess what General Motors will do before its IPO – which might come next month or later this year or early next year. What we do know is that GM has wanted to secure a captive finance arm before an IPO, a process that looked unlikely, then fell off the radar ...

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