DETROIT (Reuters) - It could be a defining element of Chief Executive Mary Barra 's legacy at General Motors Co : A drastic shift over the next 10 years from 26 global vehicle production platforms to just four
mid-decade. Strong growth trends are expected to continue in North America. EBIT-adjusted margins of 10% are expected by 2016. Mary Barra and other top GM execs presented the strategic vision at an industry conference. 2 comments!
NYSE: GM ) is in focus this week after rival Ford issued a warning on its level of profit in several key regions. CEO Mary Barra is expected to outline a multi-year strategy tomorrow and provide an update on guidance. What to watch: Investors will be
(Reuters) - General Motors Co's Chief Executive Officer Mary Barra will on Wednesday reveal a multiyear financial strategy that aims to boost the company's profits and launch "market leading" vehicles, the Wall Street Journal reported.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - General Motors Co plans to launch 40 new cars in India and in other international markets excluding China, north America and Europe, Chief Executive Mary Barra said on Thursday.
corporate culture in which it was accepted practice to shrug off all responsibility for fixing a problem. “GM’s CEO Mary Barra herself said that individuals inside the company repeatedly failed to disclose the critical pieces of information that would
Administration. NHTSA posted the report around midday. The report found no evidence of a conspiracy to cover up facts, but CEO Mary Barra did announce that the company fired 15 unnamed people, including executives, for misconduct or incompetence. The company
year over year excluding recall costs. Management did not have any significant updates on the recall other than CEO Mary Barra expects to have victim compensation recommendations from Ken Feinberg in about 45 days. We are not yet modeling charges for
outflow this year will probably be limited to repair costs. We expect more bad headlines for the company, including CEO Mary Barra 's eventual return to Capitol Hill for more interrogation by House and Senate panels once GM is ready to disclose the findings
severe impact on our valuation. Tuesday and Wednesday is the next test for the company as CEO Mary Barra will testify to House and Senate panels. Barra 's prepared remarks released today by GM indicate she is not yet ready to say why there was such