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General Motors to Provide Lump-Sum Pension Payments for Some
General Motors announced this afternoon that it will offer select salaried retirees a lump-sum payment offer, and will outsource  retirees' pension administration to the Prudential Insurance Company of America.
GM says the moves will reduce its US salaried pension obligation by about $26 b…
G.M. Pauses Production of Chevrolet Volt
With the price of gas reaching the $4 a gallon threshold, you would expect sales of trucks and SUV's to be slow. General Motors has announced that it will halt production of the Chevy Volt for five weeks beginning later this month because dealers had more inventory than they need. Production of th…
Sloan Museum Celebrates 75th Anniversary of Sit-Down Strike

This week marks the 75th anniversary of the Sit-Down Strike in Flint. In late December of 1936, workers at Fisher Body #1 became part of what has been called the most significant strike in American labor history. These workers were fighting for recognition of their union, the United Auto Workers, …
GM Set To Reclaim Top Spot Again!
General Motors fumbled away the title as the world's largest car-maker in 2008 to Toyota, but is poised to reclaim it this year. It has been a dramatic turnaround for the automaker. A combination of events have helped propel GM back to number one. Toyota's recalls, Japan's earthquake, and a historic…
GM Recruits Veterans At Mott Job Fair
If you have served honorably in the Armed Services, General Motors may be looking for you. GM will sponsor a job fair for veterans at the Mott Community College Regional Technology Center on Friday, September 23 from 10-2 in Room 1301.

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