General Motors is halting work on two renovation projects at facilities in the Detroit area as it offers voluntary severance packages to 18,000 salaried workers in North America.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra sits down with CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin at the New York Times' Dealbook conference to discuss China trade, auto stocks and leadership at GM.
GM said its luxury brand Cadillac had record sales in China despite an ongoing trade war that's raised prices on steel, aluminum as well as on the vehicles themselves.
The investment of $2.8 billion over the next 12 years includes Honda paying GM $750 million immediately as it takes a 5.7 percent stake in Cruise Holdings.
General Motors reports second-quarter earnings above Wall Street's expectations but slashes its guidance for the full year, citing commodity price increases.
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The largest U.S. automaker's earnings beat was fueled by strong sales of crossovers, particularly in North America.
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CNBC's Brian Sullivan reports the highlights of his conversation with General Motors CEO Mary Barra including comments on trade and the future for electric vehicles.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra says company expanding production of Chevrolet Bolt electric car at Detroit-area plant as EV demand grows.
General Motors will close one of four vehicle assembly plants and will decide on the future of the remaining operations in South Korea.
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CNBC’s Phil LeBeau reports on comments from General Motors CEO Mary Barra on what the GOP tax reform bill means for the car-maker.
GM CEO Mary Barra expressed optimism that NAFTA would survive.
General Motors stock should pop more than 20 percent thanks to higher truck production in North America, according to RBC Capital Markets.
General Motors is preparing to take on Uber, Lyft and other ride-hailing companies with its own self-driving ride-hailing service by 2019.