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Topic - General Motors
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A person familiar with the event says that new General Motors chief executive Mary Barra is expected to speak at the University of Michigan's spring commencement in May.
U.S. safety regulators are demanding that General Motors turn over reams of documents and other data showing what the company knew and when it found out about a dangerous ignition problem that has been linked to 13 car-crash deaths.
March will be one of the most crucial months for the U.S. auto industry in years.
The photograph of the young man was famous - a civil rights marcher in a sweater being attacked on May 3, 1963 by a German shepherd police dog in downtown Birmingham. It was so famous that people sometimes falsely claimed to be the person in the picture, trying to get attention. A statue in Kelly Ingram Park is based on the picture.
A fire truck pulled up to a small, decrepit, one-story house on Hendricks Street, northeast of downtown Anderson.
John Dingell, 87, who was elected to his late father's seat in 1955 and has held it ever since, announced on Monday that he would retire at the end of his term. Debbie Dingell, 60, is chairwoman of the Wayne State University Board of Governors, a former executive with General Motors and a member of the Democratic National Committee.
General Motors on Tuesday doubled to 1.6 million the number of small cars it is recalling to fix faulty ignition switches linked to multiple fatal crashes.
The man who appears poised to take over leadership of the United Auto Workers later this year says car companies' fears about the union's demise are unfounded.
The city of Detroit, which for years paid its bills with borrowed money, is the largest city in U.S. history under bankruptcy protection. Here's a look at how the city spiraled into financial ruin and why it's in so much trouble:
Plans are being considered to expand and upgrade the outdoor concert amphitheater at a state park in downtown Indianapolis.
Federal officials said they removed 335,000 tons of PCBs, contaminated soil and other material at the ongoing Superfund cleanup of a shuttered General Motors factory, far more waste than expected.
General Motors is accused by a Georgia attorney of knowingly delaying a recall of two model vehicles that had defects which ultimately led to the deaths of at least six people.
Gov. Nikki Haley constantly stresses her efforts to bring jobs to South Carolina.
The Washington Times announced Thursday that it is moving aggressively into the burgeoning marketplace of on-demand radio, forming a partnership with the Kaliki Audio Newstand, the first major player to bring streaming news talk radio into Americans' cars.