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  1. European carmakers eligible for rescue funds
  2. Commentary: GM hasn't learned bigger isn't better
  3. Kerkorian Sells Ford Shares
  4. Chrysler Could Be Split Up between GM and Renault-Nissan
  5. GM bans unscheduled overtime, union officials say
  6. Mercedes Exec States Brand Experiencing "full-blown sales crisis"
  7. GM acquisition of Chrysler could lead to 'significant downsizing' in Canada
  8. Automotive News Editorial: "Toyota Is Losing Its Halo"
  9. GM hasn't yet secured funds for Chrysler deal
  10. Epsilon, Epsilon, Epsilon!
  11. [email protected]: Supersized Epsilon II A Possbility
  12. Getrag says Chrysler terminates supply deal
  13. GM-Chrysler talks advance
  14. GM is confident it can manage Chrysler brands
  15. GM offers $1.6 bln, buyouts to close Ohio plant
  16. GM-Chrysler. A Studebaker-Packard Replay?
  17. GM Closer to Hummer Sale
  18. GM Dealer Offers Interesting Puchase Incentive: 50 Shares Of GM Stock
  19. GM Buying Chrysler: Why It Could Make Some Sense
  20. WSJ Reporting GM + Chrysler Deal May Be Completed By End Of October!
  21. Lexus Falls Hard In Europe: Sept 2008 -33% & Ytd -27.3%
  22. GM to lay off 1,600 workers at 3 factories
  23. Cheaper, better battery for hybrid cars
  24. Motor Trend names Subaru Forester SUV of the year
  25. GM campaign tells buyers they can still get loans
  26. Opinion: Merger may be too big to ignore
  27. One plan: GM may absorb Chrysler
  28. GM: Better off bankrupt
  29. Opinion: Why No More General Motors Brands Are Likely to Follow Hummer
  30. Sterling Trucks to be closed by Daimler AG
  31. UAW President Against Any Merger Between GM & Chrysler
  32. Commentary: One of the Big 3 may not survive
  33. GM could use Chrysler's cash
  34. GM not only Chrysler suitor: Renault-Nissan, Fiat, Tata also in contact
  35. GMAC to limit car loans to buyers with good credit scores
  36. GM to close Michigan plant, cut 1,340 jobs
  37. Cerberus wants stake in any merged Chrysler
  38. Analysis: Cerberus wants full ownership of GMAC to merge with Chrysler Financial
  39. Janesville Will Join Moraine - Both Will Go Dark Early On December 23rd
  40. AutoExtremist Rant on possilbe GM/Chrysler merger
  41. GMI Covers GM's "Crisis Mode"
  42. Rumored Future of GM's Full-Sizers
  43. Crisis at Detroit Three drives industry rethink
  44. GM/Cerberus talks over full ownership of GMAC
  45. Analysts skeptical of rumors about an auto-giants merger
  46. GM + Chrysler: What it may look like post-merger
  47. GM would need cash to acquire Chrysler
  48. G.M. Held Merger Talks With Ford Before Chrysler
  49. Report: Ford Seeks To Sell Mazda Stake; Mazda States No Decision Yet
  50. Breaking: GM and CHRYSLER Hold Preliminary Merger Talks
  51. G.M. and Chrysler Explore Merger
  52. GM could announce production cuts soon
  53. Citigroup reports 3.1 GM stake, down from 5.5 pct
  54. Motor Trend Sport Utility Vehicle Of The Year - Contenders
  55. Oil futures trading at $78 -- yes $78 (10/10/08)
  56. J.D. Power Warns of "Outright Collapse" of Auto Industry
  57. Can GM Make It?
  58. Breaking News: GM Responds To Bankruptcy Talk
  59. GM and Ford may be too big to fail
  60. GMAC restricts long term loans
  61. New OnStar service hits brakes on high-speed chases
  62. GM Makes Headlines As Stock Closes At $4.76; Market Cap Falls Under $3 Billion
  63. $5 Range: GM Shares Near 60-Year Low
  64. GM's Wagoner Makes Case On YouTube
  65. GM European sales
  66. How Times Change: Toyota To Begin Exporting "Tens Of Thousands" Of US Made Vehicles
  67. Ford, GM on the Chopping Block?
  68. Toyota Having Trouble Meeting Global Sales Goals
  69. IL:What's New for Every 2009 Car, Truck, Crossover and SUV
  70. Credit Meltdown Eliminating Dealers As Automakers Couldn't
  71. Can GM and Ford Scrape By?
  72. General Motors' Europe Unit to Suspend Work at All Factories
  73. GM Could Sell Detroit Headquarters
  74. GMAC out of leasing business, for now
  75. European Automakers to Seek Ä40 Billion in Loans from EC
  76. Oil, Gas Prices in Retreat; Return of $3/Gallon Gasoline?
  77. GM tumbles to 54-year low as overall market drops; Kramer Warns "Get out of Stocks"
  78. With economy down, will people skip eco-friendly for cheap?
  79. Workers: GM Moraine plant to close Dec. 23 (GMT 360)
  80. GM @ 100, A Look Back: Bob Lutz The Honda Distributor?
  81. Super rich may avoid super expensive cars due to bad image.
  82. $25 Billion Auto Bailout may mean some RWD projects will move forward at GM
  83. GM, Ford at Risk if Bailout Fails
  84. The Downstream Effect of the Credit Crunch - Auto Market
  85. Nearly 1 in every 5 dealerships will close this fall!
  86. Motortrend Blog: VW Wants a Share of U.S. Government Loans to Automakers
  87. General Motors doesn't rule out more restructuring if 'situation deteriorates'
  88. GM Boosted September Results With Fleet Sales; Malibu Was Only 47% Retail
  89. Honda, Nissan Join U.S. Slump as Asian Carmakers Fall
  90. Sept 2008 Canadian Vehicle Sales
  91. Americans drive less for 9th straight month
  92. Motor Trend releases COTY contenders
  93. A Doomsday scenario unfolds for Detroit.
  94. Chevy Volt Makes Green-Leaning Filmmaker a GM Cheerleader
  95. Bush Approves Loans for Auto Makers
  96. GM suspends stock purchases in employee plans
  97. Oshawa Assembly earns J.D. Power Founder's Award
  98. The Man With The Answers: 'Wheels' Interviews GM's Larry Burns
  99. Second shift ends; final date for GM Moraine in air (GMT360)
  100. Last Chevrolet Uplander Rolls Off The Line; Doraville Plant Shuts Down
  101. Technical analysis of GM's 1.4L engine
  102. GM's new Flint engine plant called area catalyst for advanced technology
  103. "Snatch Up September Deals Before It's Too Late"
  104. Breaking: GM looking at strategic options for GMAC
  105. Germans none to happy about U.S. aid to automakers
  106. GM Dominates "Lightning Lap" 2008
  107. GM to invest $370 million to build new small engine plant
  108. 11 Vehicles Earn Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's Highest Award
  109. GM's downward spiral: A timeline
  110. $25 Billion loan package for Automakers approved
  111. Fortune is not impressed with the Chevy Volt
  112. Breaking News: Largest Chevy Dealer Group In USA To Close Down
  113. Isuzu rules out buying GM's medium-duty truck business
  114. GM "Expects" To End 2008 With 350 To 400 Fewer Dealers; Current Count Is 6,550
  115. Brookfield buys GMAC real estate unit
  116. Judge OKs Delphi motion to freeze pension plans
  117. GM opts against Super Bowl ad amid cost cutting
  118. Fitch downgrades General Motors on diminishing liquidity
  119. North American Car and Truck of the Year contenders announced
  120. Short-sale ban list expanded to include GM
  121. General Motors Playing Chicken
  122. Volt turnaround proves U.S. automakers' mettle
  123. Russia booms, but auto investors' nerves must be jangling
  124. GM to Draw Down $3.5 Billion In Credit Facility to Boost Liquidity
  125. Saving Detroit: Keep the $50 billion, rewrite CAFE instead
  126. "School of Hard Knocks" - Story on GM's HCCI
  127. GM In Talks To Sell Truck Business To Isuzu
  128. Detroit 3 want more flexibility for federal loans
  129. Houses passes bill with $5k Volt tax-credit, mandatory alternative fuel pumps
  130. "Priustoric": GM's xp883 PHEV - from 1969.
  131. Ford adds new urgency to auto loan lobbying
  132. Lutz Bristles at Criticism of 2011 Chevrolet Volt's Design
  133. GM to reject foreign manufacturers, build own batteries
  134. Toyota Says Volt Should Not Get Special Tax Breaks
  135. Oil under $90; off $58 (39%) from summer record
  136. The deepening auto recession:Variety of woes may delay recovery 'til 2010 - or beyond
  137. Ford Wishes GM Happy 100th Birthday In Lights
  138. Unlimited mpg? The great Volt debate
  139. GM: Will It Last Another Hundred Years?
  140. Design, tech crucial for GM
  141. GM chief faces skepticism on auto loan
  142. GM support grows to $10.6B in new plan for Delphi
  143. GM, Ford extend gains as investors anticipate federal loans
  144. Federal agency pressures Delphi, GM on pensions
  145. GM, Ford gain after analyst says bankruptcy worries to ease
  146. Onstar strikes again!
  147. More Incentives Today: Lease Value Coupons
  148. Feeling Gravity's Pull: Why GM is Spending Billions to Change the World
  149. Unpopular Models Slow Down GM
  150. GM's cars take center stage in popular music, movies, TV shows
  151. Bored At Work? GMI Has You Covered
  152. How It Works: GM's Bluetooth
  153. Auto industry to press Congress for $50B in loans
  154. New GM-Canada deal
  155. Government strikes deal with GM for Ontario investment
  156. GM buys India dream, to spend $500m more
  157. GM 2009: 18 Models With 30+ MPG
  158. Honda Passes Chrysler as Asia Brands Widen U.S. Share
  159. Half of GM factories to be landfill-free by end of 2010
  160. GM Fights Back: Launches New Facts and Fiction Web Site
  161. Pickups' Value Crashing
  162. Auto sales top expectations
  163. GM, Ford, Toyota Say U.S. Sales Declined in August (Update2)
  164. GAZ Group and GM Corp. reach joint venture agreement for ownership of VM Motori
  165. GM: Sales Incentives Are Working
  166. Edmunds.com Reports True Cost of Incentives for August
  167. GM Exec: Sometimes Itís Not as Bad as You Think, Itís Worse
  168. Employee Pricing Extended
  169. GMís Lutz Calls for Break on Crash-Testing in U.S.
  170. Oil falls below $106; OPEC ready to "defend" $100.
  171. GM not optimistic about the rest of 2008
  172. Rumblings & Rants: Saving money, Cutting brands, and what GM SHOULD do to survive
  173. GMI Exclusive: Kappa II Platform Axed From R&D
  174. Drivers rely on OnStar to evade Hurricane Gustav
  175. GM sues to recoup $450K in employee discounts
  176. GM makes retirement offers to salaried workers
  177. GM recalling 944,000 vehicles
  178. GM recalls 857,735 vehicles for electrical problems
  179. GM "Employee Pricing" Promotion to Boost August U.S. Auto Industry Sales
  180. GM declines Ohio's $56M offer to keep plant open
  181. Delphi reportedly faces liquidation
  182. U.S. Puts European Cars To The Test
  183. Volt, Beat, Groove on video - AMAZING!
  184. GM Dealers Report `Resurgence' in Pickup, SUV Demand
  185. GM execs say they hope to return to profit in 2010
  186. GM, Chrysler seen posting 30%-plus sales declines
  187. Automakers make tweaks to eke out better mileage
  188. Analyst: Big 3 may lose $5.6B
  189. State offers GM $56M to keep Moraine plant open (GMT360)
  190. GM SUVs, Crossovers Win IIHS Safety Label
  191. Lutz Interview, Part 2: No diesels, Volt future
  192. More car buyers say: "I shouldn't have a V-8"
  193. Jurassic Car Park
  194. The Big 3 DO Need Federal Help
  195. Russia's oil boom may be running on empty
  196. Janesville Ratifies New Local Agreement
  197. U.S. automakers seek Fed loans to ride downturn
  198. $10,000 Discounts -- But No Buyers
  199. GMís Duramax 4.5L Turbo Diesel
  200. GM Daewoo union to launch partial strike on wages
  201. AutoExtremist Rant: Marketing Matters and Perception
  202. GM-Navistar truck pact expires without final deal
  203. GM Employee Discount For Everyone: How To Get A Pricing Estimate
  204. Ford, others hold up in small SUV crash tests
  205. New GM-Moraine product 'remote' possibility
  206. GM ups used car warranty, cites quality gains
  207. Fewer buyers are satisfied with Big 3
  208. GM to trim lease deals for 3 of its brands
  209. UPDATE: Celebrating GM's 100th Anniversary: The Employee Discount for Everyone
  210. GM won't buy advertising time for 2009 Oscars
  211. GM Not Seeing Signs of U.S. Recovery, Wagoner Says
  212. CFO's Slide Show / GM Aims to Speed $10 Billion Savings, Get More in '08
  213. GM still open to tie up with Proton
  214. As gas prices soften, consideration of SUVs increases
  215. GM engineer says rechargeable car is on schedule
  216. China adjusts vehicle tax rates; big engines doomed.
  217. GM spreads six-speed automatic/four-cylinder combination across line
  218. Payout Ratios to Shareholders and Caving to Investor Demands Behind GM's Woes?
  219. U.S. Must Boost Aid for Hybrid Autos, Supplier Says
  220. Over 33,000 buyers signed up for GM electric car
  221. GM chairman sees brighter prospects in Asia
  222. General Motors R&D Chief Larry Burns Sees 'Electric Drive' across Product Line
  223. GM Announces 4 New "XFE" badged models with 15/21 MPG
  224. Brandi Carlile, singer of "The Story" in GM's new ad, on reason for allowing its use
  225. Stuck with a truck: "I just wanna break even"
  226. Warren, Michigan Mayor Pushes "Buy American" Campaign for Big 3, Free Bumper Stickers
  227. GM Board Member Regarding Chairman: "Wagoner right for GM job"
  228. GM agrees to lend Delphi $300 mln more
  229. GM to pay $277 mln to settle shareholder lawsuit
  230. CAW strikes again, at the Big 3's exspense
  231. Blog Opinion: Forget the balance sheets - Save GM with 4 wheel iPods
  232. General Motors Stock Outlook
  233. J.D. Powers Ranking Dependability by Category
  234. Autosavant Editorial Asks: "Is Anyone Dumber Than a GM Executive?"
  235. All Small Cars Are Not Created Equal
  236. Crossovers Disappoint Detroit
  237. GM, Ford Should Receive $25 BILLION in Plant Aid, Dingell Says
  238. GM-union talks set to resume (Moraine GMT 360)
  239. July Incentives: MINI = $24 per vehicle sold. Saab = $8,326, Cadillac = $7,933
  240. GM Staggers Under Losses
  241. Analyst slashes GM price target in half, citing steep second-quarter loss
  242. Ford, GM explore joint engines
  243. GM, Ford, Toyota Buyers Shun Trucks: "There is something more going on here..."
  244. Detroit's Losses Mean Higher Car Payments for Leases
  245. Investors unfazed by GM'S huge loss
  246. A shocking number, but not a death knell
  247. GM Marketing Chief Discusses Challenges, Plan Going Forward
  248. What hurt the Moraine GM plant?
  249. Chrysler Advertises "Percent Off" Instead Of "Cash Back" For New Incentive Program
  250. GM posts $15.5 billion 2nd-quarter loss