GM Posts $806 Million Loss As Pandemic Dampens SalesGM reported an $806 million loss in the second quarter Wednesday and a 47% drop in revenue when compared to the same period last year, while COVID-19 continues to spread.
Michigan Matters: Macomb Ratchets Up Its COVID ResponseOn  this week's Michigan Matters, General Motors is looking to bring their idled auto plants –sidelined by the COVID-19 crisis -- back to life in phases said Gerald Johnson, Executive Vice President of Global Manufacturing.
Back To Work: Ford, GM, Fiat Chrysler Restart US FactoriesGeneral Motors, Ford and Fiat Chrysler will begin to gradually restart their US factories Monday, with some big changes put in place to help protect workers from the coronavirus.
GM Vice President Says Full Production Will Resume June 15General Motors says it expects to be back in full production in roughly four weeks.
GM CEO Mary Barra Is The Top Earning Detroit Auto ExecutiveGM CEO Mary Barra made more than $20 million last year making her the top paid Detroit auto executive.
Detroit Automakers Sales Declining Amid CoronavirusDetroit's three biggest automakers report declining sales during the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus In Michigan: GM To Deliver 20,000 Face MasksGeneral Motors plans to deliver 20,000 face masks by April 8.
NASCAR Steps Up In Crisis To Produce PPE's In COVID-19 CrisisThe five 3D printers at NASCAR's Research & Technology center – two delivered in February and installed less than two weeks ago -- are typically focused on composite parts and working on an updated stock car.
Fiat Chrysler Announce 20% Pay Cuts, GM, Ford Proposed Similar Temporary Plans Amid COVID-19 OutbreakFiat Chrysler announce temporary pay cuts for its salary workers amid the coronavirus outbreak.
President Trump Invokes Defense Production Act Against General MotorsPresident Donald Trump invoked the Defense Production Act last week, requiring General Motors to make ventilators and much needed medical equipment.
GM, Ford Discussing New Production For Medical Supplies, Including VentilatorsDetroit automakers are closing plants in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19, but they might continue production of a with a different product.