Auto maker General Motors is listed again on the New York Stock Exchange in the biggest Initial public offering in United States history.
General Motors Co made a triumphant return to Wall Street less than a year and a half after the government rescued the automaker and forced a massive overhaul but its shares lost momentum after an early bounce.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) and the United Auto Workers (UAW) reach a new tentative four-year labor agreement, averting a threatened strike of the automaker's U.S. operations. The agreement must be ratified by a vote of FCA's 40,000 U.S. union workers, who rejected the previous proposal earlier this month. If ratified, the UAW intends to use the pact as a template for negotiations with General Motors Co. and Ford Motor Company. 2015-10-8 (Context: General Motors, United States)
The New York Stock Exchange, the largest stock exchange in the United States and the world, is sold to Atlanta-based IntercontinentalExchange. 2012-12-20 (Context: New York Stock Exchange, United States)
General Motors announces that it will pay its United States hourly workers more than $4000 each as a share of profits. 2011-02-14 (Context: General Motors, United States)
United States car maker General Motors files for an Initial Public Offering. 2010-08-18 (Context: General Motors, United States)
General Motors will terminate 1,100 dealerships in the United States by October 2010. 2009-05-15 (Context: General Motors, United States)