The latest news on General Motors
Chapter 11 would damage an automaker much more than an airline or retailer.
Senate Dems are pushing for Washington to rescue Detroit.
A top executive discusses plunging sales, $4 gas, and talk of bankruptcy.
Steps that could persuade skeptics that GM is on the road to recovery.
If there are no failures in a free-market economy, there can be no winners, either.
Tough times are only going to get worse for the Detroit automakers.
It once seemed unthinkable, but Toyota is close to selling more cars in the U.S. than GM.
$4 gas puts the automaker in position to expand its market share.
As gas prices have increased, the demand for large gas-guzzling vehicles has decreased.
The automaker foresees more costly gas—but better cars await.