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    General Motors refuses to let the dismissal of its federal racketeering case against Fiat Chrysler Automobiles stand in the way of getting what it believes is true justice. On Monday, the automaker filed its latest claim with Wayne County Circuit Court in Michigan. These are separate from the...
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    General Motors' attempt to revive its RICO lawsuit has failed after a federal court claimed the new evidence presented was too speculative to start the legal process back up. U.S. District Judge Paul Borman dismissed the case with prejudice in July, calling it a "waste of time," but GM returned...
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    General Motors is looking at heading back to court with its lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler, according to a report from the Detroit Free Press that brings new allegations (including an FCA-paid mole) to light. In a court filing this week, GM claimed that former UAW VP and GM board member Joe...
  4. Automotive Industry & GM News
    General Motors' lawsuit against FCA for alleged racketeering was dismissed "with prejudice" on Wednesday. US District Court Judge Paul Borman, whose previous order for GM and FCA to meet privately was frozen by a higher court, has now thrown the case out completely. In its case, GM alleged that...
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    General Motors saw half of its wishes granted this week, after an appeals court overturned an order by U.S. District Judge Paul Borman for the CEOs of GM and Fiat Chrysler to meet and settle their differences in person. GM is suing FCA, accusing its crosstown rival of racketeering and claiming...
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    GM's legal team scored a small success today in its racketeering case against Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. The appeals court has stayed a lower court's order for the two sides to meet to resolve the issue, according to Automotive News. "In order to provide sufficient time to consider the matters...
  7. Automotive Industry & GM News
    New measures are being enacted at Detroit Three plants, including General Motors, in order to help protect workers against the COVID-19 Virus, the United Auto Workers announced earlier. "We spent hours tonight in talks with the leadership of the Big 3, demanding that they do the right thing for...
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    General Motors filed a lawsuit today against Fiat Chrysler Automobiles for damages following unfair labor practices. GM sees these practices as having cost them and saved FCA substantial sums of money. The lawsuit names three former FCA executives as well as the company, according to Automotive...
  9. Automotive Industry & GM News
    On Tuesday, we published a piece examining the possibility of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles merging with France's Groupe PSA. Considering how often FCA is in merger discussions, we treated it as little more than a well-founded rumor worth monitoring. But additional reports have come through...
  10. Automotive Industry & GM News
    It took years, but Fiat Chrysler Automobiles finally unburdened itself from the weight of an unpaid loan by waiting until the government grew tired and gave up. Not that the automaker's pursuer ever expected to recoup the cash. It was revealed this week that Canada, which sunk nearly $14...
  11. Automotive Industry & GM News
    With his passing, the auto industry returns to being a sea of suits. Sergio Marchionne, the outspoken, sweater-wearing former CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and newly spun-off Ferrari, has died following complications from a recent surgery. The Italian-Canadian industry titan was 66...
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    It's gotten to the point where those seen buying a traditional sedan or hatchback are viewed as being unlikely candidates for procreation. After all, you can't raise a kid in the absence of a vehicle belonging to a segment where "rows" matters more than horsepower or fuel economy. I blame Lee...
  13. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Japanese cars gradually overcame the stigma of being low-quality, unreliable trash piles after entering the U.S. market decades ago. Imports became commonplace during the 1970s and Japan's cars began setting the new benchmark for automotive quality while Ronald Reagan was in office. The inverse...
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    At the start of the second real workday of the Trump administration, the leaders of the Detroit Three automakers marched into the White House for a breakfast meeting with their newly minted president. We don't know for sure what they ate, but we can relate what they talked about. This won't...
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