- AP via Yahoo
- General Motors halts production in Venezuela after the government seizes its plants.
- General Motors recalls 4.3 million vehicles after a defect in the software for the airbag led to one fatality.
- Tribune Publishing, an American company whose Southern California media holdings include the "Los Angeles Times" and "The San Diego Union-Tribune", wins an auction for bankrupt newspapers, "Orange County Register", published in Santa Ana, and "The Press-Enterprise", headquartered in Riverside, for $56 million, subject to judicial approval. A federal bankruptcy court hearing is scheduled for Monday. The U.S. Justice Department has warned that a Tribune purchase could violate antitrust laws.
- General Motors acquires Cruise Automation, a three-year old software company that's been testing self-driving cars on the streets of San Francisco.
- U.S. District Judge Jesse Furman rules General Motors Co., and its outside law firm King & Spalding, do not have to turn over lawyer-client documents from previously settled ignition switch lawsuits to plaintiffs' lawyers in pending cases.