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Historic Factory in Flint Bought by General Motors

On Tuesday, General Motors (GM) said it had purchased the Durant-Dort Carriage Co. "Factory One" building.

According to the Detroit News, GM might use the historic factory - which dates back to the 1880's - to showcase historic GM vehicles or host auto reveals and events for dealers and the community.

Repairs to the roof, walls and other structural improvements, such as to the foundation to hold the weight of the vehicles, will begin later this year.

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Wednesday on Conversations with Jason Cooper

On Wednesday's Conversations with Jason Cooper, we'll be joined by Tom Wickham, who handles the Flint-area Plant Communications for General Motors. Wickham will be in-studio to discuss this weekend's 2nd Annual Summerfest at the Union City Ball Fields

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Friday On The Tom Sumner Program

General Motors spokesperson Tom Wickham talks about the automaker's efforts to go green and other recent GM news plus Drive By Theater with cast members from the Flint Youth Theatre's production of "The Velveteen Rabbit," and a visit with Disney Imagineer Art Verity on The Tom Sumner Program Friday April 26 beginning at 3 p

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Delphi to Close Flint East Plant

On Tuesday, workers at the Delphi Flint East plant were notified that operations will end there in November this year.

According to WNEM, there are almost 300 hourly employees working at the plant. Of those jobs, 50 are direct employees of General Motors and will be able to go to another

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Congressman Dan Kildee Talks to WFNT about MLK Day, Inauguration and More!

Congressman Dan Kildee spoke with WFNT 1470's Jason Cooper on Monday.

Kildee talked about attending Monday's Inauguration of President Obama and whether he would be attending the Inaugural Balls

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GM to Buy Back Remaining Shares of Stock from Government

General Motors has announced they will buy back the remaining 40% stake, or 200 million shares, held by the U.S. Treasury Department.

According to the Detroit News, GM will pay $5.5 billion which comes to $27.50 per share. That price is roughly $2 above the stock's closing price on Tuesday.

The announcement comes four years to the day that former President George W. Bush announced he

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Obama, Romney Banned from GM Plants Through Election

GM has announced they are trying to stay out of the political arena between now and the November election by banning President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney from its plants.

According to WNEM,

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General Motors Recalls More Than 38,000 Chevy Impala Police Cruisers

The safety of police cruisers all across the United States and Canada are now in question, as General Motors announced that it is recalling more than 38,000 Chevrolet Impala police vehicles because of suspension issues in the front end that could lead to an a accident.

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GM Announces Alliance with Peugeot

General Motors will purchase a 7% stake in French automaker Peugeot Citroen according to the Detroit Free Press. The alliance is designed to save money and help GM to become more competitive in a shrinking European car market.

GM Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson is quoted as saying

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Delphi Buys Back Ownership from General Motors and U.S.

Autoparts supplier Delphi said its buying back ownership from General Motors and the U.S. for $4.4 billion dollars. Delphi is paying G.M. $3.8 billion and $594 million to Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp for the share that are held by both, respectively. Find out more after the jump.

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