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Chrysler said it was recalling about 10,700 SUVs to fix a defect that leads to unintended acceleration in cruise-control mode.
Hertz Global Holdings said it would restate financial results for the past three years to correct accounting errors from 2011.
The father of a woman killed in the crash of a GM car recalled for a deadly ignition key fault said the compensation offered is not enough.
Attorney Robert Hilliard, Hilliard Munoz Gonzalez LLP, is the lawyer representing the families of 68 people allegedly killed because of the GM safety defect. Hilliard says if Barra is trying to do the right thing, she should not use bankruptcy as a defense to his clients.
John O'Dell, Edmunds senior editor, shares his thoughts on General Motors CEO Mary Barra's statements regarding GM's ignition switch recall. O'Dell says this is the kind of significant fault needed to make the kind of changes GM says it wants to make.
Discussing what the results of GM's internal investigation mean for the automakers stock, with Michael Ward, Sterne Agee auto analyst. Ward says today's news is negative because you have opened up the door for lawyers.
The CEO says GM is prepared to do the right thing for those who were harmed by the faulty ignition switches, and it accepts responsibility for its mistakes.
If we’re really headed toward a future where cars routinely drive themselves, then that’s going to be good news for the global semiconductor industry.
An internal probe of GM's delay in recalling cars is expected to conclude there was no concerted coverup and clear senior management of blame.
GM CEO Mary Barra will take "significant actions" that include holding specific employees accountable for the ignition switch defect.
GM says it will release the results of an outside attorney's investigation into its mishandled recall of small cars on Thursday morning.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk explains why the electric car maker abandoned its Model E trademark application and missed out on a risqué joke.
Carmaker Fiat is boosting sales of its luxury Maserati brand by adding a new, lower-priced, mid-sized Maserati to its lineup.
A report from a three-month investigation into the GM recall crisis likely won't blame CEO Mary Barra, GM officials told the New York Times.
General Motors has apologized to the families of accident victims who have been asked to bring in cars to replace defective ignition switches.
After hearing from CEO Elon Musk at Tesla's shareholder meeting, an R.W. Baird senior research analyst named the stock his top pick.
The United Auto Workers convention have voted to raise dues by 25 percent to shore up the union's finances, the first increase in 47 years.
Increasingly, buyers are coming into showrooms because they want to—not just because they need to replace their current model.
GM, Chrysler, and Nissan reported higher-than-expected U.S. new car sales in May, with demand continuing to gather strength as the weather warmed.
By 2035, three out of four vehicles sold around the world will have autonomous technology, according to Ernst & Young.
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