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No Pay Raises for AIG, Ally, GM Chiefs

Chief executives of AIG, GM and Ally Financial, three companies bailed out by U.S. taxpayers and which remain partly owned by the U.S. Treasury, won't receive overall pay increases this year.


G.M. Regains No. 1 Spot in World Automaking

General Motors: Largest Automaker in the World

After three years of settling for second place, General Motors reclaimed its title as the world’s largest automaker in 2011, a year when its sales grew in every region of the globe while Toyota sales were hampered by major natural disasters.

Senh: What a turnaround for the U.S. auto industry. It's one bright spot for the government bailouts. I'm sure the recalls from Japanese automakers and the subsequent production disruption caused by the tsunami helped.


Romney defends himself in Mich. over auto bailout

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney defended himself Thursday against questions over why he opposed a federal bailout of General Motors and Chrysler two years ago.


GM posts 1st full-year profit since 2004

In an impressive comeback from bankruptcy, General Motors last year posted its first annual profit since 2004....


GM $13 billion IPO to cut Treasury stake to 43 percent

General Motors on Wednesday finalized terms for a stock offering of about $13 billion to repay a controversial taxpayer-funded bailout and reduce the Treasury to a minority shareholder.


G.M. Said to Plan Cut in U.S. Stake by a Third

G.M. Said to Plan Cut in U.S. Stake by a Third

General Motors will shrink the government’s ownership stake to less than 50 percent in a $10.6 billion initial public offering, people briefed on the matter said.


G.M. Says Treasury Will Sell Its Stake Over Time

G.M. Says Treasury Will Sell Its Stake Over Time

How long it takes for the government to divest its holdings in General Motors will, in part, be determined by the company’s success, G.M.’s chief executive said.


Obama visits auto plants, hailing federal rescue

The president proclaims the government's support of domestic automakers a success story in a pair of Michigan stops.


GM rides cost cuts, new model sales to 1Q profit

GM rides cost cuts, new model sales to 1Q profit

General Motors Co. rode expense cuts from its bankruptcy and strong sales of redesigned models to its first quarterly net income in nearly three years, drawing the company closer to a stock offering that would repay at least part of its government aid....


GM's chief gets $9 million

General Motors chairman and chief executive, Ed Whitacre, Jr. will receive a compensation package worth $9 million, the automaker said Friday.


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