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The American Black Film Festival is an annual event dedicated to supporting the work of emerging Black artists.
Hands-on sessions give students a glimpse into automotive careers.
“The culture is the problem. And the solution, graduates, is you,” Reshma Saujani told Harvard graduates.
Courtesy Chevrolet in Phoenix, Ariz. takes pride in the cultural diversity represented in the staff and community.
Accenture, Hilton and GM execs discuss successful ways to make mentoring programs successful.
General Motors is investing $14 million in a new Cruise Automation development facility in San Francisco.
Participants discussed their experience at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in a conversation led by award-winning journalist Ed Gordon.
Advertisers are finally saying no to Google’s lack of accountability for its content.
Barra was interviewed for a new series on the show called "Female Firsts."
In 11 months, Maven has launched three products and has grown to 17 cities in the U.S. and Canada.
Automotive safety rules need changes to allow the deployment of self-driving cars on American roads.
Onifade has an aptitude for numbers and fashion.
College students of diverse backgrounds experienced the Detroit auto show.
Following Trump's tax threat, GM said all Cruze sedans sold in the United States are made at Ohio plant.
Approval gives General Motors dealers access to the Cox Automotive Brand's Digital Advertising Solution.
The 2016 World Series Most Valuable Player Ben Zobrist was presented with a 2017 Chevrolet Camaro SS 50th Anniversary Edition.
General Motors pledges to make all 350 facilities in 59 countries completely powered by renewable energy by 2050
New jobs will increase output of the recently launched Cadillac XT5 and GMC Acadia
Historic birthday highlights a legacy of achievement for Camaro to build upon for years to come
Retail Lab is an initiative in which designers are selected through a competitive application process to gain valuable retail experience.
When high school students joined the inaugural GM Student Corps in 2013 as paid interns, they never expected to return to GM to mentor the 2016 Student Corps members.
Chevrolet DTU Fellows Share Their Experience, Learn from Leading African American Publishers at NNPA Annual Convention
Chevrolet sent two fellows from its Discover the Unexpected program to National Newspaper Publishers Association’s annual convention in Houston, Texas, sponsored by General Motors.
Boler-Davis will be the first African American woman to hold this position.