General Motors CFO Exits Suddenly For Silicon ValleyDhivya Suryadevara became GM's first female CFO in 2018 at the age of 39, and quickly became a trusted voice for Mary Barra
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.
GM CEO Sticks To Strategy Despite Falling Sales And SharesBarra said GM's share of profitable retail sales to individual buyers is rising and trade-in values for cars and trucks remain strong.
GM’s Mary Barra Joins Four Detroit Trailblazers Celebrated In CBS 62’s 'Eye On The Future: The Power of Women' SpecialGM Chairman & CEO Mary Barra appears in an all-star lineup of inspirational Detroit women making an impact across the region and star in CBS 62’s “Eye On The Future: The Power of Women” TV special airing Sunday March 13 at 11:30 a.m.
GM’s Mary Barra And Four Other Detroit Trailblazers Hailed In CBS 62’s 'Eye On The Future: The Power Of Women' SpecialGM Chairman & CEO Mary Barra heads up an all-star lineup of inspirational women impacting Metro Detroit in CBS 62’s “Eye On The Future: The Power of Women” TV special airing Sunday Feb. 28 at 6:30 p.m.
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GM Won't Merge With Fiat Chrysler, CEO Barra SaysGeneral Motors CEO Mary Barra says neither she nor the company's board of directors is interested in a merger with Fiat-Chrysler.
General Motors CEO Rejects Fiat Chrysler Merger TalksGeneral Motors CEO Mary Barra says the company doesn't need to merge with Fiat Chrysler to take advantage of economies of scale in building cars.
Mary Barra's Compensation Triples To $15.8M In 1st Year As GM CEOGeneral 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.
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,
'Michigan Matters' Exclusive: Of Autos, Women & StatureIt was a perfect storm of factors emerging over decades that helped Mary Barra, a hard charging young engineer, crack the glass ceiling and become CEO of General Motors.