General Motors & Detroit Free Press
General Motors Company , commonly known as GM, formerly incorporated (until 2009) as General Motors Corporation, is an American multinational automotive corporation headquartered in Detroit, Michigan and the world's largest automaker, by vehicle unit sales, in 2011. The Detroit Free Press is the largest daily newspaper in Detroit, Michigan, USA. /5
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The C7 is already obsolete!!! :p :D GM’s Reuss Confirms the C8 Corvette is Already in Development During an event last week to promote the Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix, General Motors global product manager Mark Reuss addressed the crowd and talked about some of the issues facing the automaker in the wake of a series of recalls and an ongoing investigation into faulty ignition switches. Being the Global Product Manager, Reuss also made a few comments about the future of the Corvette that will make any crossed-flags fan happy. Reuss said that the automaker is already working on the next generation Corvette, the C8. Details are light of course as Chevrolet is still in the first year of C7 production, but that won’t stop speculation for the future of America’s favorite sports car. According to the Detroit Free Press, Reuss would not rule out a hybrid or electric Corvette either, echoing comments he made last August to the LA Times. High-end sports cars are already utilizing hybrid technology ...
General Motors adds 1.7 million more vehicles to recall list - Detroit Free Press
The Story that will inspire you to reach deep the hearts of Hearts that its possible for anyone who puts their mind to what they want to achieve. Read Now, Now Girard worked from childhood on. A high school dropout, he started working as a shoeshine boy, then he worked as a newsboy for the Detroit Free Press at the age of nine, and then as a dishwasher, delivery boy, stove assembler, and home building contractor. check the end of story Joseph Samuel Gerard, better known as Joe Girard, (born November 1, 1928 in Detroit, Michigan) is an American salesman. Having sold 13,001 cars at a Chevrolet dealership between 1963 and 1978, Girard has been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the world's greatest salesman. One of America's most sought-after speakers, Girard has spoken at engagements with General Motors, Hewlett-Packard, and Kmart. He currently resides in Grosse Pointe Shores, Michigan.
After Crisis, GM Expected to Add 400 Jobs at 3 Plants General Motors is expected to add 400 jobs this year at three plants that were temporarily idled during the automaker's Chapter 11 bankruptcy, but later reopened, according to a new study. GM's Orion Assembly plant and Pontiac Metal Center in Michigan and Spring Hill Assembly plant in Tennessee employed 3,000 workers in 2013, according to the Ann Arbor-based Center for Automotive Research. Those three facilities are expected to employ 3,400 workers in 2014, the nonprofit estimated in a study financed by the UAW-GM Center for Human Resources. Source: Detroit Free Press
Toyota has decided to stop making cars in Australia by the end of 2017, reports Detroit Free Press. Toyota’s announcement will result in the loss of around 2,500 jobs. Recently, General Motors...
From 100 Percent FED Up MICHIGAN FAMILY CONFIRMS WOMAN WHO CONVERTED TO ISLAM DIED WHILE FIGHTING WITH REBELS IN SYRIA... Which brings us to the age old question..."Is Islam a religion or a cult"? FLINT, Mich. (AP) — The family of a 33-year-old Michigan woman says the FBI confirmed Thursday that she was killed in fighting in Syria. She was identified as Nicole Lynn Mansfield of Flint. Her cousin, David Speelman of Flint, told The Associated Press that FBI agents visited family members Thursday and informed them of Mansfield’s death. [...] Speelman’s mother, Monica Mansfield Speelman, told the Detroit Free Press that her niece was a convert to Islam who married an Arab immigrant several years ago but later divorced him. The family was not happy about Mansfield’s conversion to Islam, said Monica Speelman and Mansfield’s grandmother, Carole Mansfield. Nicole Mansfield was raised as a Baptist and her father was a General Motors production worker, the family said. She quit high school after becoming ...
GM Plans $600 Million Expansion At Kansas City Plant. The Detroit Free Press (1/29, Bomey) reports, "General Motors will invest $600 million to expand its Kansas City plant, which builds the Chevrolet Malibu and Buick LaCrosse sedans." GM said "it would construct a new 450,000-square-foot paint shop at its 3.2 million-square-foot Fairfax Assembly and Stamping plant. It also plans to install a new stamping press and incorporate new environmentally friendly technologies." USA Today (1/28) reports, "The plant will use half as much energy as others like it, and will do more work with a smaller footprint." The Detroit News (1/29) reports, "The $600 million investment is part of the $1.5 billion GM plans to invest in North America this year. GM's North America President Mark Reuss announced the investment target earlier this month at Automotive News World Congress. GM has already invested nearly $1.9 billion into Fairfax over the past 10 years, including $722 million in 2003 for the Malibu, and $651 million in ...
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General Motors To Open IT Center In Warren, Michigan. The Detroit Free Press (10/9, Bomey) reported, "General Motors plans to add 1,500 software and data management jobs at its Tech Center in Warren as part of its ongoing effort to in-source 90% of its IT work." On Monday GM "confirmed that it would open an Information Technology Innovation Center in Warren, where workers will seek to streamline the automaker's numerous software applications and data management systems." The Detroit News (10/9, Burden) reports, "Thirty percent or more of those 1,500 hires could be recent college graduates, as GM plans a large recruiting initiative with southeastern Michigan colleges and universities," Randy Mott, GM's Vice President of information technology and chief information officer said. "GM is in the midst of a major overhaul of its information technology organization that includes hiring fewer than 10,000 workers as it in-sources the majority of its information technology work. Bringing more information technology ...
General Motors plans to kick off a hiring blitz today that will add or preserve about 4,200 jobs in eight states, including up to 2,000 in metro Detroit, people familiar with the planning said.
Can car component scraps bring comfort to the homeless? That's the driving force behind a new collaboration between General Motors and a Detroit nonprofit group that aims to fashion leftover auto material into warm coats that double as sleeping bags for the area's itinerant population.
This morning, General Motors' CEO, Dan Akerson, took to the editorial pages in a classic public relations tactic. Writing in the Detroit Free Press, Akerson presented a spirited defense of his company after weeks of turmoil that saw the firing of a top executive and speculation that it might go [.
Karl Zimmermann remembers the November day in 2008 vividly. The Detroit Three auto company CEOs had just been skewered and scorned as they begged for rescue loans before the U.S. Congress. Ed Peper, then Vice President of Chevrolet for General Motors, was paying a visit to Zimmermann's dealership,...
I hope everybody notices what kind of vehicles that Government Motors is adding a shift to build. It ain't Volts! GM To Add Third Shift At Texas Arlington Assembly Plant. The Detroit Free Press (6/23, Bomey) reported, "With experts projecting a steady reduction in gasoline prices throughout the rest of the year," General Motors announced "plans to add a third shift at its assembly plant in Arlington, Texas, where it produces four sport-utility vehicles. Arlington Assembly, which makes the Chevrolet Tahoe, Chevy Suburban, GMC Yukon and Cadillac Escalade, will get 800 more workers in addition to the 2,500 hourly and salaried employees currently working at the plant. The new jobs will start in the fourth quarter."
General Motors shareholders might not ask many hard questions as they gather Tuesday at the Renaissance Center for their annual meeting, but that won't erase the nagging question that persists throughout this combative election year: How much might U.S. taxpayers lose on their investment in the na...
Here's a cold, hard fact of life: When you're feverishly trying to fasten a lug nut to a bolt, it always seems to fight back instead of spinning smoothly onto the twisted metal. I got schooled in that lesson Tuesday when I joined 15 newly hired General Motors workers for an assembly-line training ...
Investor Warren Buffett buys 10 million shares of GM Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway disclosed today that it has acquired 10 million shares of General Motors stock. The investment was disclosed today in a U.S. Securities Exchange Commission document along with investments in numerous other compan ... (Detroit Free Press)
Detroit 3 rev up at Beijing auto show as No. 1 car market cools down - Detroit Free Press
A lithium battery explosion at General Motors' Technical Center in Warren, Mich., Wednesday morning has left one woman hospitalized. The woman was brought to St. John Hospital and Medical Center in Detroit where she is being treated for life-threatening injuries, the Detroit Free Press reports.
General Motors says it will pay its 45,000 U.S. hourly workers a bonus of at least $4,000 each - Detroit Free Press
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