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While subsidies to auto makers are often called “corporate welfare”, one leading economist says the benefits far outweigh the costs. BY MYRIAM ROBIN.
General Motors' CFO Dan Ammann discusses the struggling auto industry in Europe, a strong partnership in China and how GM is getting rid of 'bean counteritis'.
The recall of nine million cars in 2010 caused collateral damage to the reputation of Toyota's production system, and revived questions about silver-bullet theories of business excellence.
Investors, it would seem, are giving a collective thumbs' down to social networks. But is it a case of throwing away the baby with the bathwater?
A new blueprint for the Australia’s manufacturing sector offers some big ideas for saving the sector.
Unlike many HR directors, Mark Polglaze is right at the heart of the GM Holden’s 13-member senior leadership.
Despite its lucrative sponsorship deal with soccer club Manchester United, the team’s fans have launched a boycott of GM.
General Motors has waved goodbye to its chief marketing officer Joel Ewansick, after he spent only two years at the company.
Our listed companies aren't faring nearly as well as overseas counterparts. What's happening?
US retail sales hit record highs in March, a new commerce department report shows.
The car industry is masterful at getting government support. We look at how they do it.
The Australian, Victorian and South Australian governments have tipped another $275 million into the world’s biggest car maker, US-based General Motors.
Concerns about China’s slowing growth were at the top of investors’ minds even with the US economy showing steady signs of a sustained recovery.