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Yahoo Finance Live breaks down the too stories of the day, including: Smoke from Canadian wildfires continues to blanket much of the East Coast. GameStop shares sink after the company's CEO is fired. Finally, Tesla and General Motors are partnering up to give GM EV owners access to Tesla chargers.
General Motors (GM) boosts Canadian manufacturing with a C$280M investment in its Oshawa Assembly plant, reinforcing its commitment to producing next-generation full-size trucks.
Ford and General Motors are part of the Zacks Industry Outlook article.
A quarterly survey of top business leaders shows that expectations for hiring hit the lowest level since 2020.
Improved inventory, incentives and soaring EV popularity make the prospects of the Domestic Auto industry appear rosy. Invest in the industry powerhouses, GM and F, right away to charge your portfolio.
General Motors (GM) announces plans to invest more than $1 billion in two of its Flint plants to make them production-ready for next-generation internal combustion engine (ICE) heavy-duty trucks.
General Motors (GM) and POSCO are revving up their investment in the Ultium CAM battery plant to more than $1 billion, underpinning GM's ambitious plan to manufacture 1 million EVs in North America by 2025.
General Motors Co said on Monday it plans to invest more than $1 billion to re-tool two manufacturing sites in Flint, Michigan to prepare for a new generation of its internal combustion engine heavy-duty (HD) trucks. GM has outlined this year a total of $1.7 billion in investments in Flint facilities to support the next generation of its heavy duty pickups. GM said it will spend $579 million at its Flint Engine Operations to produce a sixth generation of its small block V-8 combustion engine.
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This automaker has a compelling plan to more than double its earnings by 2030, but investors aren't paying attention.
Tesla and Ford have formed a new EV charging partnership. It took many by surprise, including other EV charging companies. Yahoo Finance's Pras Subramanian reports on how some of the top players in the EV space are reacting.
DETROIT (Reuters) -General Motors Co Chief Executive Mary Barra had a message on Friday for investors and rivals who see no profitable future in autonomous vehicles: You're wrong. Barra told attendees at a Sanford Bernstein conference she sees a "giant growth opportunity" in GM's Cruise autonomous vehicle unit, and predicted personal self-driving cars would be on the market before the end of the decade. Barra reiterated a forecast that Cruise could generate $50 billion a year in annual revenue by 2030.
The companies said on Friday the new investment in their Ultium CAM plant, expected to start operating in 2025, will be used to set up additional facilities for local on-site processing of critical minerals used in electric vehicle (EV) batteries. The latest investment in capacity is expected to support GM's target to build 1 million EVs in North America by 2025 as major automakers push to make them more accessible to consumers and eventually establish cost parity with internal combustible engines.
In the latest trading session, General Motors Company (GM) closed at $33.02, marking a +1.88% move from the previous day.
It's always a good idea to invest in companies that have exceptional long-term growth potential. Paying a reasonable price for that growth is important, though, as overpaying for a hot growth stock can cost you dearly if the best-case scenario fails to play out. While General Motors (NYSE: GM) and Akamai (NASDAQ: AKAM) may not be obvious picks for growth stocks, both have impressive growth potential over the next decade.
Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) is one of the leading players in the electric vehicle (EV) market, and it's making big bets on artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. The company has already introduced some autonomous driving services, and it's aiming to make improvements that could open up powerful new growth opportunities. If the company can perfect its AI-powered autonomous driving technologies, it will have the chance to launch massive new businesses including robotaxis and self-driving trucks for commercial goods transport.
The electric vehicle boom isn’t just about passenger cars and trucks, it’s also about the millions of speedboats and other recreational boats
General Motors Company (GM) has been one of the stocks most watched by Zacks.com users lately. So, it is worth exploring what lies ahead for the stock.
While Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A)(NYSE: BRK.B) doesn't pay a dividend, it's clear that CEO Warren Buffett loves companies that return cash to shareholders. While these big names account for the majority of dividend income that Berkshire receives, they're not the only promising income-generating stocks the company holds. If you're on the hunt for great investment deals, read on for a look at two other dividend-paying stocks in the Berkshire portfolio that are currently trading down more than 40% and look like great buys.
GM Defense and Black Sage Technologies announced a teaming agreement to explore the development of a Counter Unmanned Aerial System (C-UAS) solution for use on GM Defense military vehicles provided to global defense and government customers at Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries (CANSEC) 2023. The two companies will collaborate on the research, development and market viability of a C-UAS solution, on properties such as the Infantry Squad Vehicle (ISV).
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Deutsche Bank, General Motors, Unum, StoneCo and Varex have been highlighted in this Screen of The Week article.