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Federal Agency Investigates Death Of Worker At Ohio GM PlantOSHA says initial reports indicate the worker died from injuries received when he fell about 25 to 30 feet into a pit.
Most Hourly GM Workers To Get $11,000 Profit-Sharing Checks After Record-Breaking YearStrong earnings and a reversal of fortunes powered General Motors to a record net profit of $9.7 billion last year.
GM's Buick Brand Features Convertible In 1st Super Bowl AdThe 30-second spot will feature New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and actress-model Emily Ratajkowski from the thriller "Gone Girl."
First GM Ignition Switch Trial Dismissed After Both Sides Agree"This is after GM aggressively defended itself in court, painting the plaintiff as a liar."
GM Unites Car-Sharing Services Under New Brand 'Maven'General Motors is moving from selling cars to loaning vehicles for short term use.
General Motors Ups Dividend, Share Buyback On Strong OutlookGeneral Motors says it will add $4 billion to its stock buyback program and raise its quarterly dividend 6 percent to 38 cents per share.
First NYC Trial Underway In GM Ignition Switch Recall CaseThe trial is one of six scheduled this year that are designed to help over 1,000 litigants settle claims.
Auto Industry Ends 2015 On A Very Strong NoteFiat Chrysler sales rise 13 percent in December, 7 percent for the year. Ford sales up 8 percent in December, 5 percent for the full year. GM sales rise 6 percent in December, 5 percent for year.
January Trial Set To Air GM Ignition Switch Recall IssuesA civil trial starting this month will test the legal boundaries of hundreds of claims remaining against General Motors over faulty ignition switches.
GM Extends Holiday Shutdown Of Lansing Delta Township PlantGM has invested $520 million for new tooling and equipment.
GM Ignition Switch Fund Pays Out $594.5 Million On 399 ClaimsA total of 4,343 claims were filed with the GM fund. Only 9.2 percent were deemed eligible for payments, including claims for 124 deaths and 275 injuries.
GM To Replace Key Engine Parts To Fix Car Fire ProblemGeneral Motors says it will replace some key engine parts to stop oil leaks that have caused over 1,300 fires and four recalls of older cars.

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