The threat of identity theft among General Motors employees has run amok, reports the Detroit Free Press. The automaker has signaled a fraud alert, warning 883 active and retired employees that they should take steps to shield themselves against identity theft. Sources indicate a GM employee downloaded employee records before retiring from the company in Read on! →


General Motors is so convinced that auto buyers will like their new Chevrolet car or truck that the automaker is willing to back it up with cash. If a Chevy owner is unsatisfied with their vehicle purchase within the first two months, General Motors will buy it back, as part of its new “Chevy Confidence” Read on! →


General Motors has announced plans for a $1 billion-plus expansion of its automotive production plant in St. Petersburg, Russia. The five-year project will reportedly boost production from 98,000 annually all the way up to 230,000. Ground on the project was reportedly broken today. ‘A new era in Russia’ As many as 4,000 additional jobs will Read on! →


General Motors has responded strongly to the Chevy Volt catching fire after crash testing and the subsequent investigation. GM is contacting Volt owners and giving them the option of a loaner vehicle if they are concerned about safety. New crash tests create sparks It was recently revealed that a Chevrolet Volt had caught fire weeks Read on! →


General Motors is one of the largest corporations on earth, but that doesn’t mean that its carbon footprint has to be equally as large. According to the Associated Press, the automaker currently operates 100 facilities worldwide that do not send waste products into the landfill after the recycling process is complete. Through green construction and Read on! →


When a corporation is looking to improve its public image, one way to go about it is to ally with a great partner. According to the Detroit Free Press, General Motors has struck up a five-year global marketing deal with British Premier League soccer powerhouse Manchester United. The Man U Red Devils are the most Read on! →


Chevrolet’s Impala, a sturdy boat well past its glory-days, has been in need of a reboot for some time. However, the General Motors division is attempting to change all that with its 2014 model. The new Impala, among other changes, may mark the death of the front bench-style car seat. A stodgy reputation The Impala Read on! →


General Motors Co. is investing in NanoSteel, a new type of high-strength, light-weight steel alloy that could improve the miles per gallon of its future car and truck models. NanoSteel, an investment in the future General Motors, one of the world’s leading automakers and one of the U.S. “Big Three,” is looking to the future Read on! →


Critics of green and hybrid vehicles have noted that the technology is still too expensive to consumers for it to take off. General Motors would like to change that, reports Automotive News. The automaker has announced very competitive pricing on the 2013 Chevrolet Malibu Eco. The sticker price for the GM electric vehicle when it Read on! →


As if overproduction of overpriced vehicles weren’t enough to give an automaker a bad name, General Motors is not looking to dig itself out of an environmental pollution case. According to Automotive News, the GM bankruptcy estate has proposed a $773 million trust to deal with environmental claims that extend across 14 states. The trust Read on! →