All quotes about General Motors
General Motors has been commented on by 51 key people in the news. You can find all of them on this page with their statements. People who have been most quoted about General Motors are: Donald J. Trump, Johan De Nysschen, Angela Merkel and Jake Fisher. For instance, the most recent quote from Donald J. Trump is: “We're going to stop the jobs from leaving our country. It's not going to happen anymore, folks. Already, we're seeing jobs coming back. Since my election … just today, breaking news, General Motors announced that they're adding or keeping 900 jobs right here in Michigan.”.
All quotes about General Motors
If you look back at any of the awards the car the won, look at some of the early customer enthusiasm around the car, look at the dealer enthusiasm around the car, Bolt EV is on track to bring a lot of new buyers not only to the Bolt EV nameplate, bu[...]
I'm bored. Between 60 and 65 I felt like a kid. I always kind of wanted to. Just watching the action was great fun, and if I could be a part of it, then I wanted to be. He wanted to go home at 5 o'clock, and so at 5 o'clock I just stepped in. I was [...]
There's potential for global expansion. There are a lot of ways we can expand this. But we want to hone in and perfect the program here in New York first.
This will allow the group to conquer the rest of the world step by step. This remains an important goal for PSA. Our family thought about getting closer to Opel even before the agreement with General Motors.
Our family thought about getting closer to Opel even before the agreement with General Motors.
Within the benefits world, the Cadillac Tax has been some kind of mythical creature that may or may not happen. I feel that we already made strides, to reduce the value of our plans.
The history behind GM has always been slow to respond to anything. Mary Barra is saying we are going to be more proactive.
In the conflict between getting you there fast versus the neighbors who are upset about drive-through traffic, Waze' business is with the drivers – because if you're not getting value you'll go use Apple Maps or TomTom. In 1953, your Chevy made a lo[...]
We're confident that the Opel-Vauxhall turnaround will significantly accelerate with our support. General Motors doesn't have to be relieved. They can be proud of giving Opel-Vauxhall a better future. Our planning teams are already working on that. [...]
This was a difficult decision for General Motors. But we are unified in our belief that it is the right one.
By immediately improving General Motors' overall business profile, the transaction will enable us to increase our returns to shareholders. Just as importantly, we will be able to more sharply focus our time and resources on higher-growth, higher-ret[...]
Over the weekend, the chief executives of both General Motors and the PSA Group have spoken to me to outline their plans. Unite will ensure that these are communicated to our members at the earliest opportunity so that we can end this nerve-wracking[...]
Since my election, Ford, Fiat-Chrysler, General Motors, Sprint, Softbank, Lockheed, Intel, Walmart and many others have announced that they will invest billions of dollars in the United States and will create tens of thousands of new American jobs. [...]
The time for small thinking is over. According to the National Academy of Sciences, our current immigration system costs America's taxpayers many billions of dollars a year. Since my election, Ford, Fiat-Chrysler, General Motors, Sprint, Softbank, L[...]
According to the National Academy of Sciences, our current immigration system costs America's taxpayers many billions of dollars a year. Since my election, Ford, Fiat-Chrysler, General Motors, Sprint, Softbank, Lockheed, Intel, Walmart and many othe[...]
This leaked Republican proposal, if enacted, would put us on a destructive path that would decimate the safety-net Medicaid program for over 72 million people; drastically reduce premium subsidies for working families; and cause out-of-pocket health[...]
"General Motors have not made money in Europe for many years, it's a drain on free cash flow and with the European (car) sales above 15 million (units) now you'd argue we're at least three-quarters of the way through the cycle… if you're not making [...]
General Motors have not made money in Europe for many years, it's a drain on free cash flow and with the European (car) sales above 15 million (units) now you'd argue we're at least three-quarters of the way through the cycle… if you're not making m[...]
Washington better catch up to this business-oriented, business-minded president. When he finally gets a full Cabinet in place, hopefully we see the activation of those executive orders come to fruition. It's easier ... to bring some of the component[...]
Germany – one of the worst actors in the international environment, when it comes to the [value-added tax] because what they've done is strategically raise that to 20 percent. Whereas Japan is much lower. They're sticking it to us. When they send us[...]
You produce cars in the United States at such a high price and such a mediocre, mediocre quality that you cannot compete, you cannot compete manufacturing in the United States. That's why Ford, Chrysler, General Motors went broke.
Internal accounting controls at General Motors failed to consider relevant accounting guidance when it came to considering disclosure of potential vehicle recalls. Proper consideration of loss contingencies and assessment of the need for disclosure [...]
Retaining and growing jobs in the U.S. is a political hot button right now. While the decision to create the new positions and opportunities was likely made months ago, the timing of the announcement shows General Motors is more than willing to play[...]
It's really a testament to the fact that despite all the new alternatives in the marketplace in the last 20 years there's still no better alternative for a family vehicle than the minivan.
We've never really been known as a truck company. It's nice to get to get this sort of recognition going up against some very tough competition.
The market is taking notice of this car, the first to offer a no-excuses reason to drive an electric vehicle.
It's always nice to be vindicated.
We love minivans -- we sold a quarter-million minivans this last year that just ended. Our designers just did an amazing job of taking something that has to be very functional and making it look very beautiful at the same time.
We didn't have all the answers when we started the program -- in terms of how far we were going to get range-wise, how light are we going to get the car and ... sell price. We hit on all cylinders on this, so to speak, even though there's not any in[...]
This is not ride-sharing. Customers get to keep a car at all times.
We don't want to run any risk that someone looks at the health insurance tax or the Cadillac tax and says, those don't take effect until 2018 and 2020, we can deal them later.
General Motors is sending Mexican made model of Chevy Cruze to US car dealers – tax free across border. Make in USA or pay big border tax!
General Motors is sending Mexican made model of Chevy Cruze to U.S. car dealers-tax free across border. Make in U. S. A.or pay big border tax!
General Motors is sending Mexican made model of Chevy Cruze to U.S. car dealers-tax free across border. Make in U.S.A. or pay big border tax!
In this case, the tweet was specific to General Motors. But I think you've seen an overall philosophy during the campaign and since he was elected to stand up for American workers and make sure that American companies don't benefit from moving their[...]
I'm prepared to sit down and talk to him about trade. NAFTA is a problem. I think his position on trade is right on.
In '70's New Jersey, the car was still a powerful image. That summer I bought my first set of wheels for two thousand dollars. It was a '57 Chevy with dual, four-barrel carbs, a Hurst on the floor and orange flames spread across the hood.
I am selling the whole collection. My love affair with Bruce has become more real. I'm moving on to some bigger projects. I started a non-profit and I am raising money for orphans and widows now, and it's kind of where my life has taken me.
You needed $87 billion – or that's what the CBO projected that you'd have from the Cadillac Tax to pay for many of the provisions in the health-care plan. Now with Congressman Ryan's plan, it is essentially a way of reducing the tax level and gettin[...]
I would get a couple hundred bucks every time. And before long I had $3,000 and bought my  Chevy Cavalier.
The employer Cadillac tax could be abolished immediately and will propel HSAs. HSAs can be a bipartisan force that drives better outcomes for all.
That is not quite Cadillac. But it doesn't mean that we can't cultivate a product and a way of owning a Cadillac that allows people who want to move from A to B in the luxury of a Cadillac, has all the safety and connectivity benefits … That is some[...]
One of the key factors in keeping General Motors here was the confidence they had that we would stay within the European single market and the customs union.
The Model X out of the gate is very problematic. A lot of the problems have to do with the complex doors. The falcon wing doors are kind of an accident waiting to happen.
Honda really made a huge change with the Civic this year.
Over the last couple of years as we have been our business, we have been talking to all of the major auto companies. And when we spoke to General Motors at the end of last year, they agreed with our vision in that consumers will move towards more of[...]
Fiat Chrysler has failed to make an offer that makes the economic pattern that we secured with General Motors and it has not made an investment commitment. Unifor is fighting for the pattern and absolutely nothing less.
I know they're a business trying to make as much as they can, like Ford, Chevy, Macy's. I'm not naive about that, whatsoever.
Employers had been needing to not just slow cost growth, but in some cases, lower their actual costs, because the excise tax kicks in at a certain dollar amount.
That's a tall order, but it feels like we're at a little bit of inflection point.
Employers will focus primarily on changing coverage provisions for costly services.
That's a smaller gap than we've seen in the last 10 years.
I think many employers are at the end of what they're comfortable with, in terms of shifting cost to employees.
The Chevy Bolt is a game changer for the electric car segment.
We're going to have one heck of a fight with General Motors if there's no solution for Oshawa. Our union has absolutely nothing to lose. I'm convinced that General Motors wants to close Oshawa, and we're not going to let them.
We were the dog that caught the Cadillac. It was unaffordable.
For 23 years, the family of Mr. DiSarro has been awaiting news of his whereabouts. The thoughts and prayers of everyone in the FBI are with them during this difficult time. Our investigation will continue to pursue those responsible for Mr. DiSarro'[...]
I am fighting hard to bring jobs back to the United States. Many companies -- like Ford, General Motors, Nabisco, Carrier -- are moving production to Mexico. Drugs and illegal immigrants are also pouring across our border. This is bad for all Americ[...]
We think that people who are luxury consumers, people who are tech innovators, people who are from the fashion world, the creative spirits that make our cosmopolitan society so interesting all will find something of interest here.
Uber's stock market valuation is now more than that of General Motors. So they should pay to France what they owe in taxes and social charges to maintain our country's social and economic system. We are not against the drivers. We are against this A[...]
We are so unsophisticated when we look at China. We saw from General Motors today that they are projecting bigger car sales next year ... I think you're going to be very, very surprised [with] Apple sales.
Obviously our business today, our core business at General Motors, is strongest outside of the urban centers. We look at this opportunity to really disrupt urban mobility through this strategic alliance with Lyft.
General Motors in America announced many months ago that they wanted to close many plants in Europe. So the most important question that we have now is: what is the future of Antwerp and the future for our colleagues in Europe?
I've worked at General Motors for 33 years and I've always known it's a great company. The men and women of General Motors are so dedicated and I truly believe we have the best team on the field. So it's an honour for me to be able to lead this team.
General Motors is confident, that the Magna-Sberbank solution really represents the best solution to provide for a sustainable future for the Opel and Vauxhall brands.
If General Motors goes into insolvency in the coming days, the lights cannot go out at Opel. We have to create conditions for an independent future at Opel.
The work force is willing to make substantial contributions to the future of this company, but not if we should return to 100 percent control by General Motors.
The problem with General Motors and Opel is the international factor, which means it's necessary to make sure that state aid – German taxpayers money – isn't transferred to a bankrupt GM, which wouldn't help either Opel workers or European car buyer[...]
We need somebody here in Germany who feels committed to Opel and who gets the freedom from General Motors to negotiate in the name of Opel Europe.
We know General Motors have plans that entail Eisenach and Bochum being closed down and for that, there will be no agreement among the workers, neither in Germany, nor in Europe.
This, for me, is the perfect venue.