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The investment is a portion of $1.8 billion GM pledged to spend on manufacturing in the U.S., which will create 700 new jobs and support a further 28,000 jobs across six states, the company said.
Tesla is reviving the referral program so popular with customers, albeit with different terms the company says are more sustainable.
Tim Lesko, principal at Granite Investment Advisors, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss his expectations for Apple's upcoming event. Apple is one of the top holdings of the fund.
Consumer advocate Ralph Nader has been a long time critic of the F.A.A. but, unfortunately, now it's personal. Nader's great niece was killed along with over 300 others in one of the two Boeing 737 Max 8 crashes in the past year. He joins "Squawk Box" by phone to discuss the investigation into the plane's approval by the F.A.A.
Martyn Briggs of the Bank of America Merrill Lynch says the infrastructure for electric and autonomous vehicles is "not yet" ready, but issues around charging are "quite often" overplayed.
Wayne Kaufman of Phoenix Financial Services says Lyft is growing "very rapidly" and its upcoming initial public offering is exciting because it is part of a "new industry."
Boeing 737 Max planes have been grounded by authorities after two recent fatal crashes.
The suit alleges the pilots gave the female crew members beer laced with a drug and that one of them was raped during a layover in Puerto Rico, NBC News reports.
Two House bills introduced this month by Republicans seek to redirect federal funds from California's controversial high-speed rail project and use the money for other purposes.
Eleven pickup trucks crash tested by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety produced mixed results, including popular models from Chevy and General Motors.
The electric car maker says former employees stole proprietary Tesla documents useful to their new employer Zoox, and used company information to try to poach other Tesla employees.
The FBI is reportedly joining a criminal investigation into the certification process of Boeing's 737 Max 8 jets. Seth Kaplan, founding editor of Airline Weekly, joins "Squawk Box" to explain what this might mean for the airline.
Boeing jets in Ethiopia and Indonesia lacked two safety features in their cockpits because the company charged extra to install them.
Sales of utility vehicles of all kinds that are dominating the American are critical to the automaker's long promised "renaissance," Cadillac President Steve Carlisle said in an interview.
Current CFO Bob Shanks is retiring at the end of the year, as had been widely expected.
After pulling out of the American market in the early 1990s due to poor sales, Fiat staged a comeback in 2011. Despite grand expectations, a number of analysts are questioning the flagship brand's long-term viability in the U.S.