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- GM non-compete pact: Protection or harassment? Pinto, Liz // Automotive News;4/26/1993, Vol. 67 Issue 5496, p40
Reports on the signing of contracts with non-compete clauses by five officers of General Motors. Provision barring executives from working for a competitor for three years; Pay raises for executives who agree to protect confidential information for three years from the date of signing; Contract...
- GM Indiana Facility Achieves Zero-Waste Status. Gerlat, Allan // Waste Age Expert Blog;11/30/2011, p2
The article focuses on the zero waste achieved by the General Motors Fort Wayne, Indiana assembly plant after it was able to convert all its waste to energy.
- GM offers full warranty for B20 in Duramax. // Fleet Owner;Mar2010, Vol. 105 Issue 3, p80
The article presents the program of General Motors Corp. to provide a full warranty coverage on B20 fuels used in Duramax 6.6L turbo diesel engine.
- GM, Costco combine to sell trucks. Sawyers, Arlena; Colias, Mike // Automotive News;11/7/2011, Vol. 86 Issue 6489, p26
The article reports on a new two-month arrangement between General Motors Corp. (GMC) and the warehouse retailer T&T Coast Buick to sell GMC light trucks to Costco members.
- Pact draws Saturn closer to GM. Chappell, Lindsay // Automotive News;1/9/1995, Vol. 69 Issue 5586, p37
Reports on Saturn Corp. employees' ratification of a new contract that brings the company closer to its parent company General Motors. Details of the new contract; Contention over the issue of whether employees would follow Saturn's work rules; Creation of a new union procedure of electing crew...
- IN BRIEF. // Waste News;04/03/2000, Vol. 5 Issue 46, p6
Presents news items related to solid waste management in the United States. Includes International Paper Co.'s completion of a cash tender offer for Shorewood Packaging Corp.; Recycling initiatives of General Motors Corp. at its plant in Lansing, Michigan; Resignation of Kevin Walsh as chief...
- GM aims for landfill-free status. Johnson, Jim // Waste News;9/15/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p1
The article reports that General Motors Corp. (GM) figures half of the company's manufacturing sites will no longer use landfills within three years, and the automaker says there's even more work to be done beyond that goal. The landfill-free expectation means more than 80 GM sites around the...
- Why they're called truisms. // Waste News;9/15/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p8
The article reports that General Motors Corp. (GM) is planning to have half of its manufacturing sites, about 80 facilities in all, landfill-free by the end of 2010. The automaker currently has 43 sites generating essentially no waste. But the company has been moving fast in this area. Just two...
- GM expands Landfill-Free efforts in Asia. // Automotive Manufacturing Solutions;Sep/Oct2013, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p13
The article reports that General Motors' (GM) Rayong engine plant in Thailand and its Cheongna proving ground in South Korea are landfill-free, bringing to 33 the total number of sites in Asia that recycle, reuse or convert to energy all of their daily waste.