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Weekly Wrap: The slow, grinding recovery

Apr 4, 2014
David Gura sits down with Felix Salmon, from Reuters, and Catherine Rampell, from The Washington Post, to wrap up the week.
Posted In: Unemployment, March jobs report, General Motors
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Mary Barra's making less - a lot less- than her predecessor

Feb 5, 2014
And yes, there's a flap unfolding
Posted In: Mary Barra, General Motors, GM
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GM's new CEO is a woman. So what? What will she do for GM?

Dec 10, 2013
GM is now free of the U.S. government holding at stake in it, and has named a new chief executive, its first woman but a GM lifer.
Posted In: automaker, GM, General Motors, auto industry, auto bailout
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Mary Barra named as first female CEO of General Motors

Dec 10, 2013
Mary Barra, the current global head of product development at GM, will become chief executive in January.
Posted In: General Motors, Mary Barra
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GM is no longer 'Government Motors'

Dec 9, 2013
The federal government is now officially out of the car business.
Posted In: GM, General Motors, auto bailout
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How do you say, 'It's the economy, stupid' in German?

Sep 18, 2013
GM's closure of its auto plant in Bochum, Germany, will be the first major closure of an auto plant there in 60 years.
Posted In: euro, Germany, General Motors
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Why fusty Ford is back in vogue

Jul 25, 2013
Ford's latest business results are in and the numbers are good. The company made $1.2 billion in profit from April through June. Robust pick up trucks sales and a strengthening U.S. economy get the credit.
Posted In: Ford, Auto, auto industry, General Motors, trucks
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2012 a bumper year for U.S. carmakers

Jan 3, 2013
General Motors, Ford and Chrysler all saw significant gains in U.S. sales during 2012.
Posted In: Auto, Ford, Chrysler, General Motors
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Would no GM bailout have been worse?

Dec 19, 2012
The government is on track to lose money on the GM bailout. But would doing nothing have cost more?
Posted In: GM, bailout, Auto, General Motors
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General Motors plans to buy back government shares

Dec 19, 2012
General Motors has just announced it is going to buy back 200 million of its shares from the Treasury Department, which plans to sell the rest of its GM shares in the next year or so.
Posted In: General Motors, Auto, cars, U.S. Treasury

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