The 2-million-square-foot GM Indianapolis Metal Center, closed this year, sprawls over more than 100 acres on the west bank of the White River and enjoys some of the best views of the downtown skyline.
General Motors Co. is investing $49 million in its Bedford plant, a move that will help to create or keep 91 jobs.
More than half of hourly employees have already retired or accepted transfers to other GM facilities.
Less than two years after entering bankruptcy, General Motors will extend millions of dollars in bonuses to most of its 48,000 hourly workers as a reward for the company's rapid turnaround after it was rescued by the government. Workers in Kokomo could get $3,000.
It’s official: General Motors will begin shutting down its Indianapolis metal-stamping plant Jan. 28, with an initial wave of layoffs that will cost 75 workers their jobs.
Northwind Electronics LLC will invest $954,000 to buy, renovate and equip a former General Motors factory in Anderson—creating as many as 100 jobs in the next two years, state economic development officials said Tuesday afternoon.
Upstart hybrid vehicle maker plans to locate tech center in Rochester Hills, Mich. About 200 jobs and an $11 million investment were at stake.
This unusual taxpayer-owned IPO did create some interesting conflicts.
Kokomo's fortunes have been entwined with the auto industry since 1894, when Elwood Haynes invented one of the first automobiles in the United States there. Since the 1930s, when then-Delco (later Delphi) located there, followed by General Motors and Chrysler, the auto industry has been the town's bread and butter.
The city of Anderson is nearing a milestone in its effort to find new uses for numerous former General Motors sites that have been in its possession since 2006.
A businessman seeking to buy General Motors Co.'s Indianapolis metal-stamping plant met with workers Sunday at Lucas Oil
Stadium to urge them to accept pay cuts allowing the sale.
The owner of Illinois-based JD Norman Industries came to Indianapolis to make a personal plea for United Auto Workers Local
23 to allow a vote on his proposed five-year contract.
JD Norman Industries advertisement tells employees that its proposal to buy the plant would guarantee
their GM transfer rights without having to close the facility.
Indiana Commerce Secretary Mitch Roob said he was completely surprised by local General Motors workers’ refusal to vote on
a proposed contract by JD Norman Industries, a decision that appears to set up the plant for certain closure.