Geneva Motor Show 2016

Volkswagen Readies $1.2 billion Package To Compensate Its Dealers In The US

Volkswagen's US division has said it is ready to compensate its dealers for losses incurred over the infamous dieselgate scandal. An agreement to this effect has already been drafted though the final terms are still being worked out. more


Do You Know How Much GM's CEO Mary Barra Makes?

General Motors might have had a controversial year in 2014 but its new CEO made out like a bandit. more


GM Receives 57 New Claims

For the 131 claims deemed eligible so far, 52 are compensation for deaths, eight are for serious injuries and 71 are for other injuries. more

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GM Fund Hits 4,180 Claims

A rush of last-minute entries means that it will take weeks for the fund to finishing sorting through injury and death claims related to faulty ignition switches. more

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GM Accepting Victim Claims

The automaker began accepting applications for compensation awards on Friday. more

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GM Compensation Is Ready

The fund will go toward those injured and families of those killed when air bags did not deploy in faulty GM vehicles. more

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GM Fund Won't Cover Economic Loss

GM's compensation fund for those affected by the 2.6 million-vehicle recall earlier this year will go toward injuries and deaths but not economic loss, Mary Barra said in congressional testimony Wednesday. more

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