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    GM Looks To Consolidate 26 Platforms Into Four Vehicle Sets By 2025

GM Looks To Consolidate 26 Platforms Into Four Vehicle Sets By 2025

A major undertaking for equally major benefits.
By |October 5th, 2017|Architectures, Article Type, Business, Chuck Stevens, Development, Engineering & Technology, Featured, Mark Reuss, Mary Barra, News, People, Platform, Research And Development, Vehicle Sets|Comments Off on GM Looks To Consolidate 26 Platforms Into Four Vehicle Sets By 2025|

GM Looks To Cut Back On Leases In Second Half Of 2017

To reduce exposure to future losses on residual values.
By |August 5th, 2017|Article Type, Business, Chuck Stevens, Decisions, Development, Financial, GM Financial, Leasing, Market, News, North America, People, USA|Comments Off on GM Looks To Cut Back On Leases In Second Half Of 2017|

General Motors Lowers 2017 Sales Outlook

GM expects U.S. new vehicle sales to be lower industry-wide.
By |June 29th, 2017|Article Type, Business, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chuck Stevens, Forecast, GMC, Market, News, North America, People, Plans, Results, Sales, USA|Comments Off on General Motors Lowers 2017 Sales Outlook|

GM’s Approach To Autonomous Cars Is ‘Like A Start-Up’

GM wants to emulate Silicon Valley with its investments in driverless cars.
By |April 7th, 2017|Article Type, Autonomous Driving, Business, Chuck Stevens, Cruise Automation, Engineering & Technology, News, People, Report, Research And Development, Strategy, Subsidiaries|Comments Off on GM’s Approach To Autonomous Cars Is ‘Like A Start-Up’|
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    GM’s Inventory And Incentives Spike In November, Pose Various Problems

GM’s Inventory And Incentives Spike In November, Pose Various Problems

The developments foreshadow impending job cuts and decreased profitability.
By |December 19th, 2016|Article Type, Buick, Business, Camaro, Chevrolet, Chuck Stevens, Cruze, Customer, Days Supply, Demand, Development, Enclave, Featured, Financial, GMC, Incentives, Market, News, North America, People, Profitability, Results, Sales, Terrain, USA|Comments Off on GM’s Inventory And Incentives Spike In November, Pose Various Problems|
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    What To Expect From GM’s Third Quarter 2016 Earnings Tomorrow

What To Expect From GM’s Third Quarter 2016 Earnings Tomorrow

The automaker is set to report its Q316 earnings on Tuesday, October 25th.
By |October 25th, 2016|Analysis, Article Type, Asia, Business, China, Chuck Stevens, Earnings, Europe, Financial, GMA Special, Market, News, North America, People, Profitability, UK, USA|Comments Off on What To Expect From GM’s Third Quarter 2016 Earnings Tomorrow|
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    What To Expect From GM’s Third Quarter 2016 Earnings Tomorrow

What To Expect From GM’s Third Quarter 2016 Earnings Tomorrow

The automaker is set to report its Q316 earnings on Tuesday, October 25th.
By |October 25th, 2016|Analysis, Article Type, Asia, Business, China, Chuck Stevens, Earnings, Europe, Financial, GMA Special, Market, News, North America, People, Profitability, UK, USA|Comments Off on What To Expect From GM’s Third Quarter 2016 Earnings Tomorrow|
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    General Motors Announces Pricing Of $2.5 Billion Of Senior Unsecured Notes

General Motors Announces Pricing Of $2.5 Billion Of Senior Unsecured Notes

The automaker will use the proceeds from the sale of the notes towards the expected redemption of the Series A Preferred Shares.
By |November 8th, 2014|Business, Chuck Stevens, Financial, News, People, Stock|Comments Off on General Motors Announces Pricing Of $2.5 Billion Of Senior Unsecured Notes|
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    General Motors Acquires $12.5 Billion Unsecured, Revolving Credit Line

General Motors Acquires $12.5 Billion Unsecured, Revolving Credit Line

The credit facility consists of a $5 billion three-year facility and a $7.5 billion five-year facility.
By |October 21st, 2014|Business, Chuck Stevens, Credit, Development, Financial, News, People|Comments Off on General Motors Acquires $12.5 Billion Unsecured, Revolving Credit Line|
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    General Motors Recalls Won’t Compromise New-Product Spending

General Motors Recalls Won’t Compromise New-Product Spending

The automaker is setting aside $2.5 billion to cover this year's recalls.
By |July 29th, 2014|Business, Chuck Stevens, Costs, Decisions, Development, Financial, general motors, Hurdle, Liquidity, News, People, Recall, recalls, Strategy|Comments Off on General Motors Recalls Won’t Compromise New-Product Spending|