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April 25, 2014

GM nominates UAW VP Joe Ashton to Board of Directors; Steve Girsky nominated to remain a Director

General Motors Co. filed the proxy statement for its 2014 annual meeting of stockholders with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and announced the nomination of UAW Vice-President Joe Ashtonto its Board of Directors.

Ashton, designated for nomination

December 17, 2013

General Motors invests nearly US$ 1.3-billion for five US plant upgrades

General Motors will invest nearly US$ 1.3-billion in five manufacturing sites in Michigan, Ohio and Indiana to produce new fuel-efficient engines and transmissions, enhance vehicle quality and streamline logistics. The investments combined will create or retain about 1,000

August 07, 2013

General Motors invests $167-million in Spring Hill assembly plant

General Motors ncreased to $350-million planned spending for new vehicles to be produced at its Spring Hill assembly plant. The new investment adds $167-million to a previously announced $183-million pledge and is expected to create or retain about 1,800

June 28, 2013

25 General Motors plants across US commit to reduce energy costs

General Motors is participating in a U.S. Department of Energy program to reduce energy costs, per unit of production, at 25 of its U.S. facilities. The result is ananticipated 25-percentor greater combined reduction in energy use at the plants by 2018.

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General Motors invests $133-million for new press at Wentzville Plant

General Motors will invest $133-million to add a third stamping press to its Wentzville Assembly and Stamping plant, with the potential for creating or retaining approximately 55 jobs.

GM will build and equip a 114,000 sq ft stamping plant addition to make manufacturing

April 04, 2013

GM invests $332-million for new fuel-efficient powertrains

General Motors Co. will invest nearly $332-million in four manufacturing sites to produce more fuel-efficient engines and transmissions, demonstrating GM's commitment to deliver what customers want: technology-driven performance and fewer trips to the

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