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GM job offers scattered all over the map pose tough choices for workers

Refugees from plant closures travel the landscape like nomads

Refugees from plant closures travel the landscape like nomads.

Official
Last Chevy Cruze rolls off the assembly line today at Lordstown GM plant

But GM's looking at 'different options for the plant' — meaning a new model?

But GM is looking at 'different options for the plant' — meaning a new model?

Official
UAW sues General Motors to stop plant closings in 3 states

Says GM is violating their contract

Says GM is violating their contract.

Official
GM CEO Mary Barra won't appear as requested before Canadian lawmakers

'Complex schedule wouldn't allow her to be there' to explain Oshawa closure

'Complex schedule wouldn't allow her to be there' to explain Oshawa closure.

Featured
GM in fence-mending mode: 'We're not here to make everybody angry'

Restructuring plan sets back years of relationship-building with Trump, White House

'We're not here to make everybody angry.'

Breaking
GM won't budge on closing Oshawa, so workers protest and walk off the job

Says Unifor boss after meeting company leaders: 'I'm furious right now'

Says Unifor boss after meeting company leaders: 'I'm furious right now.'

Featured
Tesla, GM, the UAW, Musk, Kasich and the Ohio plant Trump wants to save

Running down the players and competing interests at Lordstown

Running down the players and competing interests at Lordstown

Official
GM says it has 2,700 jobs available for workers slated to be laid off

3,300 U.S. factory jobs are going away at plants GM plans to idle

3,300 U.S. factory jobs are going away at plants GM plans to idle

Official
Lawmakers want GM to commit to producing all U.S. EVs domestically

It plans 20 electric models by 2023 but says a new car for Ohio is unlikely

It plans 20 electric models by 2023 but says a new car for Ohio is unlikely.

Official
VW may use Ford's U.S. plants to build cars, deepen alliance

Ford has unused factory capacity — and then there's the matter of GM

Ford has unused factory capacity — and then there's the matter of GM

Followup
GM CEO Mary Barra under pressure from senators, UAW on plant closings

Lawmakers cite 'extremely poor corporate citizenship'

Lawmakers cite 'extremely poor corporate citizenship'

Opinion
General Motors: Smacked by scale

Why vehicle manufacturing isn’t like craft beer

Why vehicle manufacturing isn't like craft beer

Report
GM headed for another big overhaul?

We talk a lot about global platforms and global powertrains, but the truly global corporation is much stronger in idea than in practice. General Motors CEO Dan Akerson is the latest to take a stab at creating a truly international company, preparing to stir up the entire organization with sweeping mission statements like "We've got to get this company and its culture into the 21st century," and "We

Breaking: GM Q2 results beat expectations, shares rise

General Motors continued to show solid results from its restructuring efforts Wednesday, as the automaker blew past analysts' projections, posting its first quarterly operating profit in global operations since 2004. Operating losses in the critical North American market shrank to $85 million, compared to nearly $1.2 billion in Q2 2005.

Take the money and run - GM employees opting for buyout

It looks like General Motors will have no problem meeting its goal of cutting 30,000 jobs in the U.S., according to United Autombile Workers president Ron Gettelfinger.

GM Chairman upbeat in "State of the Business" address

Speaking to General Motors' Annual Meeting of stockholders, the company's Chairman and CEO, Rick Wagoner, was generally upbeat about the progress of GM's restructuring plan, pointing to a profitable first quarter in Europe, strong growth in the Asia Pacific region (particularly China), and rising sales in Latin America, Africa and the Middle East as evidence of the company's succes