by Dan Modlin, Kentucky Public Radio General Motors will spend $131 million to upgrade its plant in Bowling Green. GM North America Preisdent Mark Reuss says the money will upgrade the plant so it can build the next generation of Corvettes. “Last week we announced a number of significant improvements to the 2012 Corvette coming […]
As General Motors emerges from bankruptcy, one dealer says no amount of restructuring will help sales return to previous levels.
The U.S. Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee will hear from General Motors and Chrysler executives about dealership closures Wednesday.
When President Bush announced a government loan to General Motors and Chrysler last week, he called for the end of the jobs bank program, which provides benefits and partial wages for laid-off employees.