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    On Monday, General Motors stated its intent to invest $36 million into Lansing Delta Township Assembly, maker of large crossovers since its inception. Little info was provided on the details of the investment, and GM claims the cash won't expand Lansing's complement of 2,600 employees. GM CEO...
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    Update: GM has reported that operations at all of its production facilities down yesterday due to a gas shortage restarted operations at 12:01 this morning. With the exception of Lansing Grand River. Office employees are continuing to work from home with both offices and the last plant set to...
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    One of Johann de Nysschen's marquee decisions as head of Cadillac is being reversed, as new president Steve Carlisle is moving the luxury brand back to Detroit, reports the Wall Street Journal. The move back is being explained as a way to improve the lines of communication between GM and...
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    The biggest GM investment in US warehousing and logistics in 40 years broke ground today in Burton, Michigan. The 141-acre lot is now on its way to becoming the centerpiece of the company's ACDelco and Genuine GM service parts distribution network. "GM is executing a focused and disciplined...
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    Detroit may be going through a revival today, but the "re" in that word is predicated on a time when it was the US's fourth largest city. The hub of auto manufacturing in the US, the city has been seen both booms and busts. The New Yorker compiled footage of the city and its assembly lines from...
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    Cadillac already sells one of the first production vehicles in the world with Vehicle-to-Vehicle communication technology as standard kit, but now the brand boasts it can talk with traffic signals too. In partnership with Michigan road agencies, a fleet of Cadillac CTS development mules showed...
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    Michigan is taking the fight back to Silicon Valley with new legislation allowing for the manufacturing and testing of autonomous vehicles within the state of Michigan. This marks an important milestone for the technology, and one that should help the fledgling industry grow in leaps in bounds...
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    Vehicles without steering wheels, brake pedals, or even drivers are now allowed to operate on public roads in Michigan. Today, Gov. Rick Snyder signed a package of auto industry-backed legislation that permits automakers and technology companies to develop, test and even sell autonomous...
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