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GMO Labeling Could become Mandatory Nationwide

The Vermont law that requires labeling on foods that contain genetically modified ingredients would have come into effect from next week. Prior to that date, on Thursday, the U.S. Senate agriculture leaders a deal which puts that power from states' control to a national system which makes it mandatory for GM food products to be disclosed nationwide.

GM UAW Contract Hits a Snag with “Skilled Trades” Workers Voting Against It

GM UAW Contract Hits a Snag with “Skilled Trades” Workers Voting Against ItGeneral Motor's agreement with UAW has hit a snag as the specialized "skilled trades" workers voted against it. Once again GM and UAW leaders have hit the negotiating table to resolve matters.

GM Plans to Introduce Active Phone Cooling System in a New Lineup of Vehicles to Address Overheating of Smartphones

GM Plans to Introduce Active Phone Cooling System in a New Lineup of Vehicles to Address Overheating of SmartphonesExploding smartphones inside purses, under the pillow and in car accidents is nothing new. People have heard it and the world knows that these are not just rumors.

GM Website Falsified Has Recall Information

GM Website Falsified Has Recall InformationIt seems that General Motors has a tough year to handle this time. The car making company has already recalled its 29 million vehicles that have an issue with their ignition switches among other faults in the past eight months. But that does not seem o be the end of trouble for GM as a new report from Bloomberg Businessweek reveals there may be some other problems for the car manufacturer in store.

NHTSA fining GM $7,000 a day for violation of Special Order

NHTSA fining GM $7,000 a day for violation of Special OrderIn a letter written to General Motors (GM) on Tuesday, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said that the automaker is being fined $7,000 a day for its "failure to fully respond" to the 107 questions which federal auto safety regulators had asked in connection with the ignition-switch recall.

GM has submitted over 200,000 pages of records to NHTSA

GM has submitted over 200,000 pages of records to NHTSAIn response to the exhaustive list of questions asked by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) from General Motors (GM) in connection with its 'ignition-switch recall crisis,' the automaker has submitted over 200,000 pages of records to the agency.

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