General Motors chief executive Dan Akerson, center, rings the opening bell Nov. 18 at the New York Stock Exchange, marking a historic milestone as GM's common stock begins trading publicly again in New York.
U.S. Bets Billions on GM's Resurgence Article | President Obama laid out his case yesterday for committing billions of dollars more to the rescue of General Motors, arguing that the nationalization of the industrial giant was necessary to bolster the foundering U.S. economy.
Obama touts Chrysler rebound during Indiana visit Article | KOKOMO, IND. - A week after General Motors made a showy return to Wall Street, President Obama highlighted the revival of the other bailed-out auto company during a trip to an Indiana transmission factory.
Chrysler poised for a comeback Photos | The U.S. automaker that pioneered such engineering innovations as wheel rims, hydraulic brakes, oil filters and carburetor design, was forced to reorganize after President Obama ordered the company to seal a deal with Italian automaker Fiat. Today, the firm is showing signs of resurgence.