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GM Investing $22 Million in Spring Hill Engine Plant

GM Investing $22 Million in Spring Hill Engine Plant

(This story has been updated for clarity.) General Motors plans to invest $22 million at its plant in Spring Hill, Tennessee plant to build its newest fuel-efficient engines. Additionally, GM will add more than 200 jobs at the plant to make its new three-row Cadillac...
Union, Activists Plan GM Protests Outside Charity Preview

Union, Activists Plan GM Protests Outside Charity Preview

The Union Auto Workers and union activists are planning demonstration ahead of North American International Auto Show charity preview to protest General Motors’ plans to close five plants. The UAW is organizing a candlelight vigil at the Labor Monument on Jefferson a...
GM Blows Past 200K in EV Sales Triggering Tax Credit Drop

GM Blows Past 200K in EV Sales Triggering Tax Credit Drop

Just as Tesla Inc. cut $2,000 off the price of all of its vehicles to help offset the loss of the $7,500 federal tax credit, General Motors is now in the same position after crossing the threshold just as it headed into 2019. According to Reuters, the company reached...
Unifor Puts Pressure on GM in New Advertising Campaign

Unifor Puts Pressure on GM in New Advertising Campaign

Unifor, the union representing autoworkers in Canada, has launched an advertising campaign attacking General Motors’ decision to shutter plants and idle workers. Jerry Dias, Unifor president, the successor to the old CAW, hase advertising campaign objective is...
GM Listens to Unifor Proposals about Canadian Plant

GM Listens to Unifor Proposals about Canadian Plant

General Motors Co. is promising to respond by Jan. 7, to Unifor, the Canadian union that represents GM workers, which has laid out proposals that would maintain production at an assembly plant in Oshawa, Ontario, GM is preparing to shutter permanently. Unifor...
Senators Pressuring GM to Halt $14B Stock Buyback Plan

Senators Pressuring GM to Halt $14B Stock Buyback Plan

General Motors political woes aren’t getting any better as three members of the U.S. Senate have launched an attack on the company’s stock buybacks. Senators Chris Van Hollen (D-Maryland), Amy Klobuchar (D-Minnesota) and Tammy Duckworth (D-Illinois) are...