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GM, Chrysler holding merger talks again? Or not...

Can this really be happening all over again? Weeks after merger talks between Chrysler and GM seemed to implode, the companies may be talking about hooking up again, according to the Wall Street Journal. General Motors Corp. and Chrysler LLC have reportedly stepped bac

U.S. Treasury ends talks with GM/Chrysler for merger funds

Any merger talks between Chrysler and General Motors appear to be on hold after the U.S. Treasury has talks with the struggling automakers over their request for a loan. The two automakers were reportedly asking for as much as $10 billion to support a merger, but some say the Treasury was unwilling to give money away for a deal that could potentially result in thousands of lost jobs.

GM wants $10 billion in aid from the Feds to buy Chrysler

In the latest development of The Incomprehensible Union, General Motors is reportedly asking the U.S. government for $10 billion -- on top of the $25 billion loan approved recently -- to help it merge with Chrysler. The supplemental infusion would give the government, i.e. you and me, a stake in the merged company in the form of preferred stock, would see the government taking over pension ob

Battle Royale: If GM and Chrysler merge, which models survive?

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GM wants Chrysler deal done soon, might not be able to get the cash

General Motors and Cerberus reportedly want to act as quickly as possible if they are going to make a move on Chrysler. It seems that the two bargainers would like to come to a decision before the upcoming Presidential elections, as they believe they may get more promises from either candidate before the actual vote takes place. A potential problem exists though, as General Motors is finding it tough to come up with the cash needed to make a deal happen and banks aren't about the lend it to them

Lutz: One of Big 3 will die, but not us

While deftly avoiding the General Motors buyout of Chrysler issue, GM Vice Chairman Bob Lutz did say that he can see one of Detroit's Big 3 dying off in the not-too-distant future. Citing increased market pressures and too much capacity, he said in Geneva that present trends lead to only one conclusion, that one of the domestic automakers will be squeezed out. It won't be GM, however. "Right now, we're in the best position," he said. "We're approaching the end of the beginning of the transformat