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Frustrated GM investors ask what more Mary Barra can do

Some want sedans gone like Ford — and want the CEO gone, too

Some want sedans gone like Ford — and want the CEO gone, too.

Followup
Short seller strikes back: Einhorn says Tesla resembles Lehman Brothers

'Like Lehman, we think the deception is about to catch up to TSLA'

'Like Lehman, we think the deception is about to catch up to TSLA'

Official
Tesla seeks to raise $1.5B for Model 3 production

Tesla's burning cash to the point where some short-sellers are betting against it.

Opinion
Breaking
GM will cut operations in India, South Africa

GM, like Ford, has found it increasingly expensive to compete in emerging markets outside of China.

Breaking
GM details CEO Mary Barra's pay, contacts with investor David Einhorn

DETROIT (Reuters) - General Motors has reported in a regulatory filing that CEO Mary Barra's salary, bonus and awards declined more than 20 percent in 2016 to $22.6 million from $28.6 million in 2015. The company said this reflected a one-time retention bonus of nearly $11.2 million in stock options in 2015. Last week, No. 2 U.S. automaker Ford Motor Co said its chief executive Mark Fields' salary, bonus and stock awards rose 8 percent to $18.8 million in 2016, while pretax profit for the auto