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    General Motors is looking to improve its software ahead of an electric vehicle onslaught. To do that, it will hire 3,000 new employees, most of whom software engineers. "As we evolve and grow our software expertise and services, it's important that we continue to recruit and add diverse...
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    GM's CEO and other top executives are hitting the ground this month to visit as many of GM's 30 US production facilities as possible in the next few weeks. The tour will begin today, according to the Detroit Free Press, with a visit to the company's Lansing Delta Township plant. The plant will...
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    A major executive reshuffle is happening in the highest echelons of the General Motors empire, as President Mark Reuss expands his role. Named president in January of this year, Reuss will now oversee all of the company's operating regions, including both of the Americas, China, and...
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    The latest news from the GM-UAW negotiating table is good: the two sides may have finally reached a contract deal. According to Reuters, sources briefed on the negotiations said that a tentative contract agreement could be announced tomorrow, which would ultimately signify that an end to the...
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    Attendees to the Belle Isle Grand Prix on Saturday were treated to a peek at the future of the V-Series. Mark Reuss and Ken Morris (VP of product) took to the track in even hotter, camouflaged V-Series cars. As we reported on Thursday, the CT4-V and CT5-V now mark the bottom end of the V-Series...
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    At the XT6 reveal on Sunday, Cadillac let the world know that it would be taking the lead when it comes to electric cars from General Motors. The company said it wanted to make Cadillac Cadillac again, and that was a big part of the target. GM President Mark Reuss told Reuters just how important...
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    GM isn't interested in producing half-baked hybrids anymore and wants to focus on pure EVs instead, according to its President, Mark Reuss. Reuss reportedly told investors last Friday that it's all or nothing when it comes to electrification, casting doubt on a Volt followup. "Hybrids are just...
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    The changes keep happening at the top of the hierarchy, as Mark Reuss takes the presidency of General Motors, the company announced today. Reuss takes over from Dan Ammann, whom it had been previously announced would step down to take over Cruise, GM's autonomous vehicle unit. At the time...
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    Not only does GM oppose the White House's plan to stop California from requiring automakers to sell more EVs, it wants the rest of the nation to adopt a similar EV plan. The suggestion comes from GM's VP of Global Product Development, Mark Reuss, who said the automaker plans to propose that...
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    Responsibilities are shifting slightly at GM's highest levels, as Dan Ammann and Mark Reuss trade tasks to better focus their efforts.   Ammann will remain president, but will narrow his focus to the development of autonomous vehicles, while Reuss will pick up the responsibility of Cadillac...
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    Soon it won't just be Cadillacs with Super Cruise semi-autonomous technology, as GM plans to expand the feature to the rest of its brands starting in 2020. The company had long said that the service would be expanded beyond Cadillac, but this is the first time that GM has actually provided a...
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    The public eye is a strange and capricious thing, but one school of thought that persists teaches that any press is good press. Madonna, Kanye-hell-even the president have all used this simple motto to remarkable effect. So maybe Chevy shouldn't feel too bad about the Corvette it lost this...
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    Profitability is right around the corner, but so far the sign marking the turn isn't in sight. That seems to be the gist of comments made by Mark Reuss, General Motors' executive vice president for product development, who recently claimed his company would be the first automaker to turn a...
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