General Motors announced six more recalls affecting another 7.6 million cars in the U.S. from the 1997-2014 model years.
The parade of General Motors recalls marches on after the automaker was fined $35 million.
General Motors announced five more recalls earlier this week affecting about 2.7 million of its cars.
Toyota issues recalls affecting over 1.7 million vehicles, and GM adds another part to its ignition recall.
General Motors has issued three more car recalls, totaling over 2 million vehicles.
General Motors has expanded its car recall for an ignition switch problem.
General Motors will restore the eight Corvettes damaged by the giant sinkhole.
Recent changes suggest General Motors is back on track after the government bailout.
Some tax and other legal changes have encouraged corporations to look for ways to unload their liability for pensions onto an insurance company.
Should GM retirees who are offered a lump sum take it, or should they stick with the pension and bet on Prudential?