UAW Approves Contract With General MotorsThe United Auto Workers union has approved its contract with General Motors Co. after addressing the objections of some workers.
Skilled Trade Members Hold Up Ratification Of UAW-GM Tentative AgreementThe agreement wasn't ratified because nearly 60 percent of Skilled Trade members voted against it.
UAW Reaches Contract Agreement With Ford As GM Workers VoteFord's agreement is expected to be similar to the contract GM workers are expected to approve this weekend.
UAW Threatens General Motors Strike, Sets 11:59 P.M. Sunday DeadlineThe United Auto Workers union says its workers at General Motors will strike if it can't agree on a new contract with the company by 11:59 p.m. Sunday.
GM Reviving Second Shift At Detroit-Hamtramck Plant, Adding 1,200 JobsThe plant eliminated its second shift in 2007, just two years before the company filed for bankruptcy.
GM Beats Expectations, Posts $1.4 Billion Third Quarter ProfitThe earnings were impacted by a number of special costs, including a $1.5 billion dollar legal charge to pay for the company’s settlement with federal prosecutors, and a deal to settle hundreds of lawsuits.
Takata Air Bag Problem Widens To Some 2015 GM VehiclesThe deadly problem with exploding Takata air bag inflators continues to spread to newer vehicles, this time hitting a small number of 2015 General Motors cars and SUVs.
GM Catches New Ignition Switch Problem EarlyGeneral Motors Co. has another ignition switch problem that can cause engines to stall, but this time it was discovered before anyone got hurt.
GM Recalls SUVs, Tells Owners Not To Use Windshield Wipers Due To Fire RiskGeneral Motors is telling owners of some SUVs not to use their windshield wipers because an electrical short could cause the wiper motor to catch fire.
GM's Barra Talks Of Settlement And Remembering People Hurt, Killed In GM CarsGM CEO Mary Barra promising to live up to the agreement the company worked out with the government.
GM To Pay $575 Million To Settle Ignition Switch LawsuitsGeneral Motors will pay $575 million to settle hundreds of civil lawsuits filed against the company over faulty small-car ignition switches, including the bulk of pending wrongful death and injury cases.
General Motors Settles Criminal Case Over Ignition Switches, Will Forfeit $900 MillionThe problem caused crashes that killed at least 124 people and injured 275 more.