How bailout money would change GM
- Armageddon -- Not. Ramsey, Bruce // Liberty (08941408);Sep2009, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p23
The author analyzes how the U.S. economy is faring one-eighth into the term of President Barack Obama, citing the plunge of the Dow Jones industrial Average in March 2009 as also the same month when markets began moving up. He refers to the over trillion dollars of bailout and Federal Reserve...
- CEO: GM needs to get further, faster. Henderson, Frederick A. // Hill;4/22/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 44, p20
The article reports on the business plans of General Motors Corp. as the company and the automobile industry benefited the economic bailout of the U.S. government, with the company's chief executive officer (CEO), Frederick A. Henderson, detailing direction of the company.
- GM execs' pay will test loyalty. Pinto, Liz // Automotive News;4/26/93, Vol. 67 Issue 5496, p1
Reports on the absence of short-term bonuses for General Motors (GM) vice-presidents and other United States executives from 1990-1993. Pay situation as a test of loyalty; Former purchasing president J. Ignacio Lopez as critical to recovery; Moves by other GM executives to other companies;...
- GM officers get modest pay hikes. Child, Charles // Automotive News;04/21/97, Vol. 71 Issue 5709, p6
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- GM uses pay hikes to safeguard top executives. Frame, Phil // Automotive News;3/28/1994, Vol. 68 Issue 5544, p3
Reports on General Motors' (GM) raising of the base salaries of its top five executives an average of 33 percent of 1992. Increases as a reflection of the GM's board desire to have a larger portion of all executive compensation packages fixed in base salary; Board's compensation committee's...
- Car dealer Kelly takes business approach. Cox, Ramsey // Hill;6/6/2011, Vol. 18 Issue 78, p30
The article presents information on Pennsylvania Republican Mike Kelly, who fought for the bailout of General Motors Corp. (GM), that underwent a downsizing and reduction in its plants and dealerships throughout the U.S.
- Govt. plan made GM a big winner--in China. // Automotive News;9/7/2009, Vol. 84 Issue 6376, p29
The article reports that the U.S. government's bailout plan helped General Motors Corp. double its August 2009 sales compared with year-ago levels. However, in China, sales have soared since January 2009, when the government halved the sales tax on vehicles with engines of 1.6 liters or smaller....
- GM doesn't reach `agressive' goals. Child, Charles // Automotive News;4/15/96, Vol. 70 Issue 5654, p6
Reports that executives at General Motors (GM) received a cut in their annual bonus pay in 1995, because they were unable to reach the highest performance targets set by the board. Eckhard Pfeiffer, chief executive officer of Compaq Computer Corporation to join General Motors; Increase in GM's...
- At GM, less pay still means more money. Sedgwick, David // Automotive News;04/26/99, Vol. 73 Issue 5816, p26
Reports that the executives of General Motors Corp. exercised their stock options to compensate for salary decreases. Removal of bonuses from the failure to meet targets for quality and net income; Link of the executive compensations to the company's financial performance.