640K GM Pickups Recalled Because Seat Belts Can Cause Carpet FiresConcerns about possible fires has General Motors recalling more than 640,000 pickup trucks because hot gas from a high-tech seat belt can ignite the carpeting.
Striking Workers At General Motors Plant In Arlington Approve Contract DealStriking workers at the General Motors factory with the most employees -- in Arlington, Texas -- have approved a new contract with the company.
GM-UAW Contract Talks Hit Snag; Union Official Says Settlement Not NearUnited Auto Workers with General Motors have been on strike for 21 days and now a union official says contract talks have taken a turn for the worse.
Expert: UAW Strike Has Cost GM $1B; Forced Mexican Plant ClosureA JP Morgan analyst says the 16-day strike by the United Auto Workers Union has cost General Motors about $1 billion.
As GM Strike Lingers Workers, Car Owners And Dealers Feeling The PinchThe UAW strike against General Motors has more than the company and striking workers feeling the pinch.
North Texas Workers Join Nationwide Strike Against GM Over Contract DisputeAuto workers in North Texas are joining a nationwide strike against General Motors early Monday morning as the union calls for a better contract deal.
GM Recalling More Than 3 Million Pickups, SUVs To Fix BrakesIt took pressure from the federal government, but General Motors is now recalling nearly 3.8 million big pickups and SUVs to fix a brake problem.
General Motors Announces $20M Upgrade At Arlington Assembly PlantIn preparation for the launch of all-new full-size SUVs, GM is upgrading the plant's conveyors.
Feds Investigating If GM Pickup Recall Went Far EnoughSafety regulators in the U.S. are investigating whether General Motors went far enough when it recalled some 3,000 small pickup trucks in 2016.
GM Recalls Heavy-Duty Diesel Trucks Due To Engine Block Heater FiresGeneral Motors is recalling more than 368,000 pickups and other trucks worldwide after 19 reports of fires.
GM Fights Government To Retain Tax Credit For Electric CarsGeneral Motors is fighting to retain a valuable tax credit for electric vehicles as the company tries to deal with the political fallout triggered by its plans to shutter several factories.