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General Motors Tells Striking UAW To Hurry Up And Respond To Its Contract Offer: Report

The United Auto Workers strike at General Motors goes on, the falling prices of used cars, Toyota’s bet on hydrogen, safety tech doing the opposite of what it’s meant to, and Renault’s new interim chief executive. All of this and more in The Morning Shift for Friday, Oct. 11, 2019.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Tesla Set A Delivery Record But It’s Still Not Enough For Wall Street

Tesla hit an important milestone but still fell slightly short of analyst predictions, public and private entities alike want the UAW vs. General Motors strike to come to an end, and Brexit remains very bad for the UK. All this and more in The Morning Shift for Friday, October 4, 2019.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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GM Kept Selling Replacement Keys It Already Recalled, Has To Recall Them Again

Back in 2014, General Motors had to recall every single fifth-generation Chevrolet Camaro key, meaning hundreds of thousands of key fobs sold with cars from 2010 to 2014. Well, GM has to do it again, because somehow they never stopped selling the potentially hazardous key fobs as replacements.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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GM Is Facing A Class Action Lawsuit Over Defective CUE Screens

There is generally nothing very good about Cadillac’s CUE system. Its touch screen infotainment system is riddled with haptic feedback, clunky design, and respectively outdated tech. And now it appears to be the cause of a class-action lawsuit that one 2014 Cadillac ATS owner is pressing against GM.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Were GM’s Closed Plants Always Bargaining Chips For Union Negotiations?

The fate of the “unallocated” Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly plant is in question, some advice for saving some money at the car dealership, Germany’s aggressive next steps to fighting pollution and more await you in The Morning Shift for Friday, Sept. 20, 2019.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Were GM’s Closed Plants Always Bargaining Chips For Union Negotiations?

The fate of the “unallocated” Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly plant is in question, some advice for saving some money at the car dealership, Germany’s aggressive next steps to fighting pollution and more await you in The Morning Shift for Friday, Sept. 20, 2019.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Paul Ingrassia, who won a Pulitzer Prize in 1993 for his reporting on General Motors, died today at

Paul Ingrassia, who won a Pulitzer Prize in 1993 for his reporting on General Motors, died today at the age of 69. Ingrassia covered the auto industry for over 30 years, primarily for The Wall Street Journal. I highly recommend his 1994 book, “Comeback: The Fall and Rise of the American Automobile Industry,”…Read more… Continue […]

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Paul Ingrassia, who won a Pulitzer Prize in 1993 for his reporting on General Motors, died today at

Paul Ingrassia, who won a Pulitzer Prize in 1993 for his reporting on General Motors, died today at the age of 69. Ingrassia covered the auto industry for over 30 years, primarily for The Wall Street Journal. I highly recommend his 1994 book, “Comeback: The Fall and Rise of the American Automobile Industry,”…Read more… Continue […]

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Paul Ingrassia, who won a Pulitzer Prize in 1993 for his reporting on General Motors, died today at

Paul Ingrassia, who won a Pulitzer Prize in 1993 for his reporting on General Motors, died today at the age of 69. Ingrassia covered the auto industry for over 30 years, primarily for The Wall Street Journal. I highly recommend his 1994 book, “Comeback: The Fall and Rise of the American Automobile Industry,”…Read more… Continue […]

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Paul Ingrassia, who won a Pulitzer Prize in 1993 for his reporting on General Motors, died today at

Paul Ingrassia, who won a Pulitzer Prize in 1993 for his reporting on General Motors, died today at the age of 69. Ingrassia covered the auto industry for over 30 years, primarily for The Wall Street Journal. I highly recommend his 1994 book, “Comeback: The Fall and Rise of the American Automobile Industry,”…Read more… Continue […]

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