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GM unveils Wyoming plant upgrade

Overhaul of $119M brings axle production for full-size trucks back in-house, creating 300 jobs.

June 15, 2018
General Motors completed a yearslong $119-million upgrade to its Wyoming components plant, creating hundreds of local jobs in the process. Read More

General Motors once again offers dynamic economic impact for West Michigan

June 15, 2018
A comparatively quiet media tour of General Motors’ Wyoming components plant recently belied its unceremonious, abrupt closing nine years ago, immediately depleting Wyoming city coffers of more than $1 million in tax revenue, the loss of more than 1,500 skilled jobs and a 66-year GM relationship to West Michigan’s economy. Read More

Roosevelt Park receives significant investment

City with less than 4,000 residents seeing more than $5 million in development.

March 9, 2018
For a city with a total taxable value of $99 million, more than $5 million in development is significant. Read More

Note to self: Be wary of tax law hysteria this year

January 5, 2018
So the Trump tax plan has been signed into law. There will be a mad rush to take credit for the good parts and place blame for the bad parts. With that in mind, be careful who you listen to.
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GM partners with local merchandiser

The Mitten State and automaker collaborate on a line of vintage apparel.

August 26, 2016
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) General Motors now has a new location in Grand Rapids: your shirt. Read More

Street Talk: Will Holland facility power new Chevy Bolt?

Getting started.

October 23, 2015
A Big Three automaker visited its Holland lithium ion battery supplier last week and got tongues wagging about what exactly that visit might mean for the supplier’s future production. Read More

Barra has a new mantra for GM: The word ‘responsibility’ is given action

June 6, 2014
The General Motors CEO in years past may have held a press conference to apologize for safety issues and order recalls, and perhaps pledge vague improvements and oversight, but what the world saw late last week was the new sheriff who directly addressed the Detroit corps and painfully specified several in a long list of shameful findings by U.S. Attorney Anton Valukas. Mary Barra looked the heart of GM and its board of directors in eye and admitted guilt, specified changes and immediacy. Read More