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Aug 17th, 11
Saab won't be at Frankfurt - report
Saab says it is concentrating on getting production re-started at its Trollhattan plant in Sweden.
Mar 10th, 11
Saab in danger of bankruptcy - report
It sounds like déjà vu all over again as a new report is indicating that Saab is in danger of going bankrupt.
Nov 2nd, 10
Pontiac is dead after 84 years
GM's agreement with Pontiac dealers ended on October 31st - the Pontiac brand was killed last year during GM's bankruptcy.
Jun 17th, 10
USF1 auction raises $1.4m for creditors
The auction of the abortive formula one team USF1's assets has raised $1.4 million.
Dec 30th, 09
GM Slashing Prices on Pontiacs and Saturns
A steep price cut on Pontiac and Saturn vehicles is being offered to help GM clear out stock. Would you buy one? Details inside.
Jul 14th, 09
GM says goodbye to 54 sponsorship contracts
In a bid to cut a tremendous amount of costs, GM has won approval to cut over 50 corporate sponsorship contracts. What iconic displays will disappear?
May 29th, 09
GM to File for Bankruptcy on Monday, U.S. will still Invest Additional $30 billion
General Motors is reported to be finally filing for Chapter 11 this coming Monday. But not before the US government lends one of America's previously most dominant companies of the past 100 years an extra US$30 billion.
Apr 27th, 09
GM Confirms Pontiac Phase Out by 2010 - 21,000 jobs cut
GM will reduce its dealer network by 42 percent to just 3,600 from the over 6,000 dealers it had in 2008. The automaker will be cutting its hourly work force down to 40,000 employees - a shadow of the days when GM had hundreds of thousands of worker.
Feb 20th, 09
Saab files for reorganisation under Swedish law
GM will be spinning off Saab as an independent business as of January 1st 2010. Reorganization will provide the automaker with legal protection from creditors as it attempts a restructuring. Saab is still seeking investors or a new owner.
Feb 19th, 09
Saab 10 days from bankruptcy
GM says Saab is just ten days away from bankruptcy, and they want half a billion dollars from the Swedish government to keep it running. The Swedish government says, "no."