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US: GM will not further extend ignition switch claims deadline


General Motors, the largest US automaker and the third-biggest in the world, said it has no intention to further extend the deadline for ignition switch victims’ to file their claims. The company’s independently run ignition switch compensation program has a deadline of January 31 (extended last year by a month) for people to file claims in relation to accidents linked to ...
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US: UAW affiliated workers ready to find profit-sharing quotas
The Detroit’s Three 141,000 UAW workers are getting ready to find out during the next few days how much celebrating they have to do – as companies will report the ...
Weekly GM ignition fund update: death toll rises to 50
As of Friday last week, the confirmed number of deaths stemming from the General Motors 2.6 million cars ignition switch recall has reached the 50 people mark, which is roughly ...
Europe: GM believes local unit’s recovery is on track
General Motors’s ongoing strive to revert its loss-making Opel/Vauxhall division to positive results may end this year, even as the region’s economy proves to be shaky once more. GM President Dan ...
US: judge asked to shed light on Treasury bailout data concerning General Motors
According to the Center for Auto Safety, the data on the US Treasury’s role in having General Motors – the largest US carmaker – shielded from auto-related lawsuits stemming after ...
US: weekly ignition switch compensation fund update comes with another 108 claims
General Motors, the largest US automaker, has received last week another 108 claims for compensation over accidents linked to the company’s ignition switch flaw. The tally covers the claims filed last ...
US judge denies plaintiffs’ access to notes on GM ignition switch mishap
US District Judge Jesse Furman in Manhattan recently decided not to allow access to the GM notes from the lawyers of the company hired by the automaker to do a ...
GM forecasted to remain third in global sales race of 2014
While Toyota has not yet reported its full year tally for 2014, we already know the end figures for the pursuers – Germany’s Volkswagen AG and the largest US automaker ...
GM believes in stronger 2015 buoyed by US, China growth
The third largest automaker in the world and the biggest at home in the United States, General Motors, forecasts a soaring operating profit this year on the back of continued ...
GM decides to stop using Ally Financial for lending services
Ally Financial Inc has taken a hit these days as the No. 1 US automaker – General Motors – has decided to stop using the financial services provider for its ...



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