Source:NDTV Profit - Detroit: General Motors car owners have been complaining to dealers about defective ignition switches since 1997, years before the automaker launched the Chevrolet Cobalt and other small cars with faulty switches linked to at least 13 deaths. GM this
2.41 PM Jul 4th
Source:Wall Street Journal - DETROIT, June 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- General Motors announced today it will conduct six new safety recalls in the United States involving about 7.6 million vehicles from the 1997 to 2014 model years. "We undertook what I believe is the most ...
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Source:NDTV Profit - San Francisco/Detroit: In 2012, a small team of Google Inc engineers and business staffers met with several of the world's largest car makers, to discuss partnerships to build self-driving cars. In one meeting, both sides were enthusiastic about the
12.39 PM Jun 30th
into buying some kind of a vehicle or transportation. The point of incidence might shift from Detroit to Gurgaon to Gujarat, or maybe Korea or China, but will the global demand for transport ever go down? Maybe they will start manufacturing buses like China has built where cars can go below the buses or some
11.59 PM May 14th
Source:NDTV Profit - Detroit: If Fiat Chrysler Automobiles wants to become a significant force in Asia, it needs to succeed in China. But its track record so far in the world's largest automobile market raises doubts about its ability to deliver on growth promises
10.39 AM May 9th
Source:NDTV Profit - Detroit: Fiat Chrysler is launching a breakneck global growth effort built around its upmarket Alfa Romeo, Jeep and Maserati brands, and CEO Sergio Marchionne pledged to stay five years - two more than previously disclosed - to see the plan through.
2.36 PM May 7th
Source:Economic Times - WASHINGTON/DETROIT: A US congressional probe is focusing on why General Motors employees repeatedly approved ignition switches that failed to meet company standards and how those decisions may have contributed to crashes linked to at least 13 deaths. Lawmakers are also
11.47 AM Apr 1st
Source:Economic Times - DETROIT: General Motors Co will take a $300 million charge primarily to cover the costs related to the faulty ignition switches linked to at least 12 deaths as well as three more recalls it announced on Monday. The No. 1 U.S. automaker, which will take the charge
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