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The many GMs of General Motors

The new New GM chairman is former AT&T chief Edward Whitacre, Jr.

US Mail: The consequences of GM's actions

From faultlines to full 'quake: Wheels' US correspondent John Lamm analyses the aftermath of the General Motors collapse.

Saab saved by fellow Swede?

Saab may be bought out by fellow automaker and supercar company Koenigsegg.

The calm after the storm

Holden's American-born boss steps up to the plate swinging at the official Holden media briefing at Fisherman's Bend this morning. Wheels' Bruce...

Broke and broken

GM files for bankruptcy protection with an unmovable deficit of $US172.8 billion in debts. The Official GM statement

Fiat gets Chrysler, while Opel goes to pieces

Much of the spotlight has been on the GM restructuring but meanwhile Fiat has dipped out on Opel. Large chunks have gone to parts supplier Magn...

Ford left out in the cold?

Ford fears it may be forgotten in the US government's grand plans to resurrect its car industry

Suzuki bucks the trend

Finishes in the black again, like it has every year since 1950.

Holden stands alone

It's business as usual for Holden, despite its parent company going under.

The General's last stand

Angry bondholders may have finally fired GM straight into Chapter 11 of the bankruptcy book, as the Obama administration and GM boss Fritz Hende...

Two recalls for Pontiac G8

More bad news for Holden fans, with the now-defunct Commodore collaboration suffering a recall.

SsangYong finds a lifeline

The Korean carmaker has kept liquidators at bay with promisees of a full company restructure and new eco-friendly models.

Shrink wrap

Nissan recalls over 360,000 first-gen Murano SUVs in the USA due to shrinking intake ducts.

He's no kidder ...

Chrysler has appointed C. Robert Kidder as the new chair of Chrysler Group.

Cash for clunkers

Audi Australia boss calls for incentives to scrap old cars to aid the car industry, road safety and the environment.