The General Motors headquarters is seen April 1, 2014 in Detroit, Michigan. General Motors has recalled millions of vehicles in recent months due to a power steering defect and a faulty ignition-switch. (Credit: Joshua Lott/Getty Images)

Report: U.S. Extends Oversight Of General Motors

GM is led by Mary Barra, 53, the first female to lead a major global automaker. Despite the ignition switch controversy, Barra’s compensation more than tripled in 2014 to $15.8 million in her first year at the helm.

CBS Detroit–05/21/2015

A general view of the GM Tech Center in Warren.  (Credit: Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)

GM To Invest $1 Billion In Warren Technical Center, Create 2,600 Salaried Jobs

The multiyear project is expected to create approximately 2,600 new jobs in core areas like product engineering, IT and design, all areas critical to support future business growth.


A general view of the GM Tech Center in Warren.  (Credit: Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)

GM Plans Announcement About Future Of Warren Tech Center

Mayor Jim Fouts has said that an unnamed business is considering a $1 billion investment that could create 3,000 jobs, but neither he nor GM has confirmed it involved the automaker.

WWJ Newsradio 950–05/13/2015

GM President, Gov. Snyder Visit Flint Assembly Plant

GM Announces $783.5 Million In Improvements At 3 Michigan Plants

General Motors is about to make a huge investment improving its auto plants in Michigan and beyond.

WWJ Newsradio 950–04/30/2015

General Motors CEO Mary Barra arrives to testify on the GM ignition switch recall during a US House Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, June 18, 2014. Barra is updating lawmakers on an internal GM report published on June 5 that absolved top management in the failure to recall millions of cars for more than a decade after the problems with the ignition switches were discovered.  (credit: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)

Mary Barra’s Compensation Triples To $15.8M In 1st Year As GM CEO

General Motors CEO Mary Barra’s compensation more than tripled in 2014 to $15.8 million in her tumultuous first year in the automaker’s top job.

WWJ Newsradio 950–04/25/2015

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GM 1Q Profit Rises 8 Times Above A Year Ago

GM was helped by strong sales of SUV’s and pickups, which are its most profitable products.

WWJ Newsradio 950–04/23/2015

Pamela Prince-Eason and Michelle Richards with "Michigan Matters" Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain talk about women owned suppliers and corporate America. (credit: Brandon Patton/CBS 62)

‘Michigan Matters’ Focus: Women Rocking Autos And More

Women are driving the auto industry as never before and they are also having a greater impact on society.


General Motors CEO Mary Barra (L), and Anton Valukas, head of GM's internal recall investigation, field questions while testifying during a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing on Capitol Hill on June 18, 2014 in Washington, DC. The committee is hearing testimony on GM's internal recall investigation and how the company is changing to prevent another safety crisis similar to its deadly delay in recalling millions of defective cars.  (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

GM CEO Barra To Be Questioned In Ignition-Switches Lawsuit

The GM CEO is one of 35 current and former GM employees who will be questioned,

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/19/2015

Opel and Chevrolet cars are seen at a parking near the factory of US auto producer General Motors (GM) in Shushary, outside Saint Petersburg, on March 18, 2015. Opel, the European arm of US auto giant General Motors, announced on March 18, 2015 it will withdraw from the Russian market, where its sales are falling, and will close its factory in St. Petersburg.(OLGA MALTSEVA/AFP/Getty Images)

GM Will Cease Production Of Opel Brand In Russia

The company’s plant in St. Petersburg will go dark by mid-year.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/18/2015

2011 convertible Camaro.

GM To Unveil New Camaro On Belle Isle In May

Chevrolet will unveil the redesigned sixth generation of its classic muscle car on Belle Isle.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/16/2015