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GM: Changes could have prevented recall crisis

General Motors on Tuesday restructured its engineering and quality departments, saying the changes could have prevented its current recall crisis.

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GM accused of hiding ignition flaws in 2009 bankruptcy

Lawyers pressing cases against General Motors say the automaker concealed the controversial ignition defect when it "took billions of dollars in taxpayer money" during its government-sponsored…

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Tesla to build cars in China

Tesla is planning to build its electric cars in China.

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Reports: Ford decides CEO succession

Ford Motor will formally tap Mark Fields as its next CEO and reveal a formal retirement date for CEO Alan Mulally, according to published reports.

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Latest Chevrolet SUV goes small

While Chevrolet has a history of building good full-size trucks and SUVs, the company's latest offering lands on the small side of the spectrum.



Second General Motors recall delayed by years

General Motors and government safety regulators now have a second recall to answer for.

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Many recalled GM cars won't be repaired

Owners of the 2.6 million General Motors cars with faulty ignition switches have started to get their cars repaired. But if history is any indication, there are likely to be hundreds of thousands of…

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Alfa Romeo returns to America... at last

Following a nearly 20 year absence Alfa Romeo is returning to the United States market with the 4C, an exotic-looking two-seat sports car that made its American debut at the New York Auto…

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Judge won't force GM to issue 'park it now' order

A federal court judge denied an emergency motion Thursday that would have required General Motors to tell recalled car owners to stop driving those vehicles.

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