The latest news on General Motors
Today's business headlines.
It could have been a smooth launch for the Department of Transportation's entry into the blogging world.
Its huge annual loss isn't as bad as it sounds, but GM still can't capitalize on good news.
Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia are holding primaries today, but Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton appear to be increasingly focused on March 4, when Ohio and Texas, among other states, will vote. Obama is expected to win in all three of today's contests.
The automaker's environmental cred is improving—but watch out for trick plays.
General Motors should declare itself No. 2 and end a sales race that's becoming silly.
Now the pressure is on Toyota. Plus, profitability is what's important, not size.
An inside look at the Chevy Volt—and maybe a new era in cars.
The General Motors "car czar" explains the company's plans for overtaking Toyota.
The automaker didn’t lose that much cash, but its outlook is pretty bleak.