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Report: Whitacre says GM anticipates offering entire company in IPO

At this point, the only thing we know for sure about the General Motors initial public offering is that it will happen... eventually. With the United States government holding a 61-percent equity stake in the automaker, the political pressure is huge to make a stock sale occur sooner rather than later.

Report: GM to launch compact van in several markets... is it the Chevy Orlando?

2009 Chevrolet Orlando concept - Click above for high-res gallery

Autoblog Podcast #181 - Mercury, Ed Whitacre, Gas Tax and Guessing Cops

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Latest GM management shuffle puts Whitacre in charge of product planning

A year after entering bankruptcy protection, the executive shuffling is still ongoing down at General Motors. The latest moves come in the wake of the creation of GM's new venture capital unit, which will be headed up by Jon Laukner, whose previous job was vice president in charge of product planning and program management.

Video: Ed Whitacre tells America GM has repaid U.S. loans in new ad

General Motors pays its loans early – Click above to view the video after the jump

GM investing $257M in Fairfax and Detroit plants to build next-gen Malibu

We first heard that General Motors might add production of the next-generation Chevrolet Malibu to its Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly plant back in December, and that news has been confirmed today. GM Chairman Ed Whitacre held a press conference this morning at which he announced the automaker had Sam Abuelsamid

No early release of Chevy Volt, would potentially cause too many problems

2011 Chevrolet Volt – Click above for high-res image gallery

REPORT: GM wants next CEO to come from within, Whitacre out in 2-3 years

The more things change, the more... you know what we're trying to say. Just last week, longtime AT&T guru and then interim General Motors CEO Ed Whitacre was able to ditch that pesky 'interim' modifier and became the king of the hill at GM. Of course, that was last week. This week we'r