GM to End Hummer after Sale Fails

General Motors is shutting down Hummer after its bid to sell the military-style SUV brand to a Chinese company collapsed. Heavy-equipment maker Sichuan Tengzhong Heavy Industrial Machines pulled out because it was unable to get clearance from Chinese regulators within the proposed deal timeframe.

GM, Spyker Finalize Saab Sale

GM finalizes its sale of Sweden's Saab to Dutch luxury carmaker Spyker. But GM's planned sale of its Hummer division to China's Tengzhong may be running out of time.

GM and Chrysler: A Hard Road in 2010

Once icons of American industrial might, GM and Chrysler have cut jobs, closed plants, eliminated models and shed storied brands. Racing to turn business around, both companies still have a long way to go to convince consumers their products are worthy of consideration.

Cash For Clunkers helped sell Hummers

The Transportation Department has released sales figures for Cash For Clunkers, one of the greatest frauds of the past few months, and the results...

General Motors finally unloads Saab

General Motors Corp. (GMGMQ), the bankrupt U.S. automaker that is jettisoning brands as it reorganizes, has unloaded Saab, the Swedish car company...

Time to scrap the Hummer?

Having abandoned my love affair with cars several years ago in favor of a rekindled flame with bicycles, I often find the public support of cars...

Cars you won't be finding in 2009

It's safe to say that 2009 is a year that will go down in the history books. A year of change. A year of challenge. And if you're one of the few car...