General Motors Co. is recalling almost 100,000 vehicles to fix two problems that could cause the rear axle to lock and the passenger-side airbag not to work.
The old GM site in Sleepy Hollow is an industrial no-man’s land, but the views are breathtaking. After roughly a decade of planning, a deal has been struck to transform the 99-acre waterfront parcel.
GM recently brought a couple of Volts to PSE&G headquarters in Newark for them to check out and test drive.
More than 192,000 General Motors and Isuzu midsize pickup trucks are being recalled because of a problem with the system that anchors child safety seats, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Wednesday.
GM returned to life as a public company as its stock started trading for the first time since the American manufacturing icon collapsed into bankruptcy last year.
Pension funds, mutual funds and other big institutions all want a piece of the rehabilitated GM. That means the three dozen banks divvying up the new shares may not have much left for individual investors.
Did you hear the interview with Megan McArdle of The Atlantic?
General Motors said it was recalling the sedans because the seat belts may fail to restrain people in the front seats during a crash.