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The San Francisco skyline is seen behind a self-driving GM Bolt EV during a media event where Cruise, GM's autonomous car unit, showed off its self-driving cars in San Francisco, California, U.S. November 28, 2017. The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) on Friday ordered Cruise to appear at a Feb. 6 hearing for "misleading the Commission through omission regarding the extent and seriousness of the accident" and "making misleading public comments regarding its interactions with the commission." Cruise's troubles are also a setback for an industry dependent on public trust and the cooperation of regulators. GM had told investors Cruise and its technology could generate $50 billion a year in revenue by 2030. Reporting by Hyunjoo Jin in San Francisco and David Shepardson in Washington, Additional reporting by Abhirup Roy in San Francisco; Editing by Richard Chang and Nick ZieminskiOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Elijah Nouvelage, Cruise, Kyle Vogt, Daniel Kan, Jose Alvarado, Ashlyn Kong, Kong, , Tim Piechowski, Waymo, John Reynolds, Gavin Newsom, Mary Barra, Hyunjoo Jin, David Shepardson, Abhirup Roy, Richard Chang, Nick Zieminski Organizations: San, GM Bolt, REUTERS, General Motors, GM, California Public Utilities Commission, CPUC, Cruise, Capital Research, California's Department of Motor Vehicles, Thomson Locations: San Francisco, San Francisco , California, U.S, California, United States, Washington
General Motors was the last of the Detroit automakers to reach a new tentative labor deal with the United Auto Workers. Photo: Rebecca Cook/ReutersGeneral Motors plans to sharply increase cash return to shareholders, as Chief Executive Mary Barra seeks to reassure investors about the health of GM’s core car-making business after setbacks in fledgling pursuits such as electric and driverless vehicles. The company also said Wednesday it will work to offset higher labor expenses from its new contract with the United Auto Workers and unionized employees in Canada. The contracts will add a total of $9.3 billion in costs over about four years, including $1.5 billion next year, higher than analysts had estimated.
Persons: Motors, Rebecca Cook, Mary Barra Organizations: Detroit automakers, United Auto Workers, Reuters General Motors Locations: Canada
GM will fund its stock buyback in part by freeing up capital previously earmarked for development of EVs and autonomous vehicles. Photo: john g mabanglo/EPA/ShutterstockGeneral Motors plans to sharply increase cash return to shareholders, as Chief Executive Mary Barra seeks to reassure investors about the health of GM’s core car-making business after setbacks in fledgling pursuits like electric and driverless vehicles. GM on Wednesday outlined plans for an accelerated $10 billion share repurchase for next year, its largest stock buyback in recent memory. The company will fund it in part by freeing up capital previously earmarked for development of EVs and autonomous vehicles, which have been the main pillars of Barra’s growth strategy.
Persons: Mary Barra Organizations: Shutterstock, Motors, GM
GM’s stock jumped nearly 10% on the news. The announcement comes just weeks after GM executives argued the company couldn’t afford to give the union the wage and benefit gains it wanted. The UAW strike dragged on for six weeks and shut down production in key manufacturing plants. New contracts for GM’s unionized workers in the United States and Canada will cost the company an additional $9.3 billion through 2028. Even with Wednesday’s surge in GM’s share price, the stock is trading for less than it did at the start of the strike.
Persons: Mark Reuss, , , Mary Barra, Buybacks, Sen, Elizabeth Warren, Warren, ” Warren, — CNN’s Matt Egan Organizations: New, New York CNN —, Motors, GM, United Auto Workers, nonunion automakers, UAW Locations: New York, salve, United States, Canada
The $9.3 billion in additional costs through 2028 is for deals with the UAW as well as Canadian union Unifor, and translates to about $575 per vehicle over the life of the deals. GM's new guidance reduced expected net income attributable to stockholders for 2023 to a range of $9.1 billion to $9.7 billion, compared to the previous outlook of $9.3 billion to $10.7 billion. That includes an estimated $1.1 billion EBIT-adjusted impact from the UAW strike, which lasted just over six weeks, primarily from lost production. GM had approximately 1.37 billion shares of common stock outstanding prior to the buyback program, the company said. GM will still have another $1.4 billion of capacity remaining under its share repurchase authorization for additional stock buybacks.
Persons: Heather Somerville, Mary Barra, Barra, Cruise, Goldman Sachs, David Shepardson, Ben Klayman, Sharon Singleton, Mark Potter Organizations: General Motors, REUTERS, Detroit, United Auto Workers, UAW, GM, Cruise, Bank of America, Barclays, Citibank, Thomson Locations: San Francisco , California, U.S, California, Detroit
The company now predicts full-year net income of $9.1 billion to $9.7 billion, down from its previous outlook of $9.3 billion to $10.7 billion. But GM expects to generate more cash for the full year. To get there, GM expects to cut capital spending, including a slowdown in spending on electric vehicles and at Cruise, its troubled autonomous vehicle unit. In June of last year, electric vehicle sales were growing about 90% year over year, according to Barra wrote that GM has a strong cash balance due to record profits from selling gas-powered vehicles and more efficient internal combustion and electric vehicle operations.
Persons: Motors, Barra, Cruise, It's, Mary Barra, Shawn Fain, she’s, ” Barra Organizations: DETROIT, , autoworkers, Detroit, Wednesday, United Auto Workers, GM, San, Cruise, Ford, UAW Locations: Cruise, California, San Francisco, Barra, Detroit
GM cuts spending on Cruise self-driving cars
  + stars: | 2023-11-29 | by ( Peter Valdes-Dapena | )   time to read: +2 min
CNN —General Motors announced Wednesday that it’s cutting spending at its self-driving car unit, Cruise. GM had previously announced it intends to cut back Cruise’s operations once the company restarts testing and ride hailing services. The Cruise vehicle then pulled forward, dragging the person along pavement for 20 feet. Following the suspension, Cruise announced it was pausing its public operations throughout the US and, last week, Cruise chief executive Kyle Vogt resigned. The reduction in spending relates to the broad reigning in of production and operations for Cruise.
Persons: Mary Barra, Cruise, Kyle Vogt, Dan Kan, Barra Organizations: CNN — General Motors, GM, California Department of Motor Vehicles, Cruise, Reuters Locations: United States, San Francisco
General Motors expects new labor contracts with the United Auto Workers and Canadian union Unifor to increase its costs by $9.3 billion and add approximately $575 in costs per vehicle during the terms of the deals. GM disclosed the expected labor deal impact as part of a business update Wednesday in which it initiated a $10 billion accelerated stock buyback program, increased its dividend and reinstated its full-year 2023 guidance. GM said the $9.3 billion in labor cost increases are expected to occur as follows: $1.5 billion in 2024; $1.8 billion in 2025; $2.1 billion in 2026; $2.5 billion in 2027; and $1.1 billion from January-April 2028. GM's expected vehicle cost increase includes $500 per vehicle in 2024. Chrysler parent Stellantis , which was the second of the so-called Big 3 U.S. automakers to reach a deal with the UAW, has not disclosed expected costs of its labor pact with the union.
Persons: , Mary Barra, John Lawler Organizations: Motors, United Auto Workers, Canadian, UAW, GM, Detroit, Ford Motor, Ford, Chrysler, CNBC PRO Locations: , U.S
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailGM CEO Mary Barra on $10 billion stock buyback, Cruise challenges and China marketCNBC’s Phil LeBeau and GM CEO Mary Barra join 'Squawk on the Street' to discuss the company's new 2023 guidance, challenges with Cruise, China market, slowing EV growth and spending plans, and more.
Persons: Mary Barra, Cruise, Phil LeBeau Organizations: Cruise Locations: China
General Motors is seeking to regain Wall Street's confidence leading into 2024 with several investor-focused initiatives Wednesday following a tumultuous year of labor strikes and setbacks in its plans for electric and autonomous vehicles. GM's reinstated 2023 guidance also includes:Net income attributable to stockholders of $9.1 billion to $9.7 billion, compared to a previous outlook of $9.3 billion to $10.7 billion. Adjusted EBIT of $11.7 billion to $12.7 billion, compared to the previous outlook of $12.0 billion to $14.0 billion. Adjusted earnings per share of roughly $7.20 to $7.70 including the stock buyback, compared to the previous outlook of $7.15 to $8.15. Before the UAW strikes, CFO Paul Jacobson said the company was on track to achieve "toward the upper half" of its earnings forecast.
Persons: Mary Barra, General Motors, GM's, Paul Jacobson Organizations: General Motors Company, Milken Institute Global Conference, General, Detroit, United Auto Workers, GM, UAW Locations: Beverly Hills , California
General Motors is slowing the expansion of its Cruise automated driving division and significantly cutting spending at the unit after suspending operations in response to growing safety concerns about its driverless cars. The company had been planning to roll out a ride service in San Francisco and three other cities and begin testing Cruise vehicles on the streets of several other markets. It now plans to focus on only one city as it works to improve the operation of its fleet of driverless vehicles it has been testing. “We expect the pace of Cruise’s expansion to be more deliberate when operations resume, resulting in substantially lower spending in 2024 than in 2023,” G.M.’s chief executive, Mary T. Barra, said Wednesday at an investor conference. “We must rebuild trust with regulators at the local, state and federal levels, as well as with the first responders and the communities in which Cruise will operate.”Last month, California regulators suspended Cruise’s license to operate in the state after an incident in which a Cruise self-driving vehicle in San Francisco ran over a pedestrian who had been hit by another car and dragged her for 20 feet.
Persons: , , Mary T, Barra Organizations: Motors, Cruise Locations: San Francisco, California
The San Francisco skyline is seen behind a self-driving GM Bolt EV during a media event where Cruise, GM's autonomous car unit, showed off its self-driving cars in San Francisco, California, U.S. November 28, 2017. Cruise had in recent months touted ambitious plans to expand to more cities, offering fully autonomous taxi rides. GM lost more than $700 million at Cruise in the third quarter and more than $8 billion since 2016. Cruise has operations in Phoenix and Austin, where regulators have been more accommodating. As part of its previous expansion plans, Cruise had last year asked the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) for permission to deploy up to 2,500 self-driving vehicles annually without human controls.
Persons: Elijah Nouvelage, Kyle Vogt, Daniel Kan, Cruise, Paul Jacobson, Mary Barra, Morgan Stanley, Adam Jonas, Waymo, Samrhitha, David Shepardson, Joe White, Sayantani Ghosh, Arun Koyyur Organizations: San, GM Bolt, REUTERS, General Motors, Cruise, GM, Reuters, United Auto Workers, FRANCISCO GM, Traffic Safety Administration, NHTSA, Thomson Locations: San Francisco, San Francisco , California, U.S, California, United States, Washington, Phoenix, Austin, Bengaluru, Detroit
GM’s driverless ride heads into a ditch
  + stars: | 2023-11-21 | by ( Jonathan Guilford | )   time to read: +3 min
A self-driving GM Bolt EV is seen during a media event where Cruise, GM's autonomous car unit, showed off its self-driving cars in San Francisco, California, U.S. November 28, 2017. Automotive giant GM acquired Cruise in 2016, subsequently bringing on investors including SoftBank’s (9984.T) Vision Fund, Honda Motor (7267.T) and Microsoft (MSFT.O). The question is whether GM’s autonomous division has enough momentum to recover from that loss. CONTEXT NEWSDaniel Kan, co-founder and chief product officer of General Motors’ autonomous taxi business Cruise, resigned from the company on Nov. 20, Reuters reported. California’s Department of Motor Vehicles suspended Cruise’s autonomous license in the state on Oct. 24, saying that the company had “misrepresented” the safety of its technology.
Persons: Elijah Nouvelage, Tesla, that’s, Cruise’s, Cruise, Kyle Vogt, Daniel Kan –, Sam Altman, Elon Musk, Mary Barra hasn’t, SoftBank, Daniel Kan, John Foley, Sharon Lam Organizations: GM Bolt, REUTERS, Reuters, General Motors, Automotive, GM, Cruise, Vision Fund, Honda, Microsoft, Uber Technologies, Ford, U.S . National, Traffic, Administration, California’s Department of Motor Vehicles, Thomson Locations: San Francisco , California, U.S, San Francisco, California
The new GM logo is seen on the facade of the General Motors headquarters in Detroit, Michigan, U.S., March 16, 2021. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsCompanies General Motors Co FollowNov 21 (Reuters) - General Motors (GM.N) said on Tuesday it will give a Nov. 29 business update following the ratification of new labor agreements in the United States and Canada. GM CEO Mary Barra and Chief Financial Officer Paul Jacobson will hold a conference call with analysts. The United Auto Workers union on Monday said members had approved a new labor deal through April 2028 that will boost GM's labor costs, including an immediate 11% pay hike. Before the additional $1 billion in cuts announced in July, the automaker earlier this year said it would cut fixed costs by $2 billion by the end of 2024.
Persons: Rebecca Cook, Mary Barra, Paul Jacobson, Daniel Kan, Kyle Vogt, David Shepardson, Jonathan Oatis Organizations: General Motors, REUTERS, United Auto Workers, New York Stock Exchange, Detroit, Cruise, GM, National Football League, EV, Thomson Locations: Detroit , Michigan, U.S, United States, Canada, California
Nov 20 (Reuters) - The United Auto Workers (UAW) said Monday that 64% of workers at the Detroit Three automakers voted to ratify new record contracts after a six-week targeted strike, as the union turns its attention to organizing foreign-owned and Tesla auto plants. The UAW for decades has unsuccessfully sought to organize auto factories operated by foreign automakers. In recent weeks, Hyundai Motor (005380.KS), Toyota Motor (7203.T) and Honda Motor (7267.T) have all announced they would hike U.S. factory wages after the UAW contract. Fain told Reuters last week that the UAW was getting expressions of interest in organizing from many Tesla (TSLA.O) workers. Automakers, looking to trim costs as they make the shift to electric vehicles, face higher hourly labor costs.
Persons: Shawn Fain, Fain, Joe Biden, Biden, , Jim Farley, Farley, Mary Barra, Gerald Johnson, Mark Stewart, David Shepardson, Chizu Nomiyama, Sriraj Kalluvila, Jonathan Oatis, Aurora Ellis Organizations: United Auto Workers, UAW, Detroit Three, Hyundai Motor, Toyota, Honda, Reuters, , Tesla, Ford, General Motors, Thomson Locations: U.S, Washington
Nov 19 (Reuters) - - Kyle Vogt, the CEO of General Motors' robot-taxi unit Cruise, has resigned from the company a day after apologizing to staff as the company undergoes a safety review of its U.S. fleet. The Cruise board met on Nov. 13 and the next day named GM general counsel Craig Glidden as Cruise's chief administrative officer. The board also said it would retain a third-party safety expert to assess safety operations and culture. Former Tesla President Jon McNeill, a GM director since 2022, was named vice chairman of the Cruise board alongside Barra, who is the chair. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in October opened an investigation into pedestrian risks at Cruise and the Cruise board hired law firm Quinn Emanuel to review Cruise management's responses to regulators investigating the Oct. 2 accident.
Persons: Kyle Vogt, Vogt, Cruise, Vogt's, Craig Glidden, Stephen Lam, Mary Barra, Glidden, Mo Elshenawy, Jon McNeill, Barra, Quinn Emanuel, Greg Bensinger, David Shepardson, Kenneth Li Organizations: General Motors, Reuters, GM, Cruise, Honda, REUTERS, California Department of Motor Vehicles, Traffic Safety Administration, Thomson Locations: United States, San Francisco , California, U.S, San Francisco
"This orderly pause is a further step to rebuild public trust while we undergo a full safety review," Cruise said in a blog post. In addition, Cruise will hire an outside safety expert to review the company's safety operations and culture, according to the blog post. Cruise previously said it had retained law firm Quinn Emanuel to examine Cruise's response to the accident. The teams under Glidden include communications and finance, according to the blog post. The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said last month it was investigating the safety of Cruise vehicles.
Persons: Heather Somerville, Cruise, Quinn Emanuel, Craig Glidden, Mary Barra, David Shepardson, Ben Klayman, Chris Reese Organizations: General Motors Corp, REUTERS, WASHINGTON, General Motors, Cruise, Detroit automaker, Glidden, GM, U.S . National, Traffic Safety Administration, California Department of Motor Vehicles, Thomson Locations: San Francisco , California, U.S, DETROIT, San Francisco
But right now, the unit's operations are shut down as regulators investigate the safety of Cruise's self-driving vehicles. Cruise had $1.7 billion in cash as of Sept. 30, enough to last nine months at the current cash burn rate. As Cruise's troubles intensified, investors on Thursday sent GM shares down more than 3% to $26.65, its lowest closing price since August 2020. In addition to the problems at Cruise, GM last month agreed to a costly new contract with the United Auto Workers, and scaled back plans to expand electric-vehicle production. California regulators suspended Cruise's license to operate, and have accused Cruise officials of misrepresenting information about the incident.
Persons: Heather Somerville, Mary Barra, Cruise, Cruise's, Lawrence Paustian, Barra, Quinn Emanuel, Shinji Aoyama, It's, Kyle Martin, Martin, Jason Petitte, Paul Jacobson, Biden, Ben Klayman, Joseph White, David Shepardson, Matthew Lewis Organizations: General Motors Corp, REUTERS, Rights DETROIT, General Motors, GM, Honda, Cruise, United Auto Workers, Pzena Investment Management, Reuters, Westwood Group, California Department of Motor Vehicles, U.S . National, Traffic, Administration, Thomson Locations: San Francisco , California, U.S, Cruise, Japan, Chicago, Waymo, San Francisco, California, Detroit, Washington
A self-driving GM Bolt EV is seen during a media event where Cruise, GM's autonomous car unit, showed off its self-driving cars in San Francisco, California, U.S. November 28, 2017. REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsWASHINGTON, Nov 8 (Reuters) - Cruise is recalling 950 driverless cars from the roads across the United States following a crash involving one of its robotaxis and will likely issue more recalls, General Motors' (GM.N) self-driving unit said. The recall is the latest setback for GM's Cruise unit that faces growing questions about its technology that GM says it key to its growth plans. Cruise said last month it would halt operations nationwide after California regulators suspended the robotaxi operator's license, saying the Cruise self-driving vehicles were a risk to the public. Cruise is facing two federal investigations over the safety of its cars, including two incidents where the robot cars appeared not to yield to pedestrians in crosswalks.
Persons: Elijah Nouvelage, Mary Barra, Cruise, Quinn Emanuel, David Shepardson, Washington Abinaya, Chandni Shah, Anil D'Silva Organizations: GM Bolt, REUTERS, Rights, General Motors, National, Traffic Safety Administration, GM's, GM, Origin, Thomson Locations: San Francisco , California, U.S, United States, San Francisco, California, crosswalks, Phoenix , Arizona, Houston, Austin, Dallas, Texas, Miami, Washington, Bengaluru
Activist investor Nelson Peltz may be intent on making sure Disney directors don't get that luxury. He tried earlier this year to get himself on the Disney board, only to be rebuffed by Iger and eventually walk away in February. Disney's board has also struggled to groom a successor to Iger, who has five times renewed his contract to stick around as CEO. Still, to sway Disney shareholders to vote for Peltz or other board members, Trian may need to push for specific ideas or financial engineering that Disney hasn't already articulated. If not, his next move could be a public fight to get himself and others on Disney's board.
Persons: Nelson Peltz, Ike Perlmutter, Bob Iger, Trian hasn't, Peltz, Hugh Johnston, Iger, Trian, Gamble, Bob Chapek, Mark Parker, Mary Barra, there's Organizations: Disney, Trian, Management, Marvel Entertainment, PepsiCo, Paramount Global, Comcast, Warner Bros, Discovery, AMC Networks, Lions, Entertainment, Proctor, Nike, General, Iger, CNBC, ABC, ESPN Locations: Iger
But when the number of electric vehicles sold in the United States grew that much during the third quarter from a year earlier, it was a disappointment. Instead of celebrating, auto executives worried that demand for electric vehicles was slackening, raising questions about their plans to invest tens of billions of dollars to develop new models and build factories. In recent weeks, General Motors, Ford Motor and Tesla cited slower sales and signs that the economy was weakening in announcing that they would delay that spending. future is as strong as ever,” Mary T. Barra, the chief executive of G.M., told analysts on a conference call last month. is waiting several months to begin selling some new electric models, including a battery-powered incarnation of the Chevrolet Equinox sport utility vehicle.
Persons: Carmakers, Tesla, Biden, Mary T, Barra Organizations: General Motors, Ford Motor, Chevrolet Locations: United States
General Motors assembly workers connect a battery pack underneath a partially assembled 2018 Chevrolet Bolt EV vehicle on the assembly line at Orion Assembly in Lake Orion, Michigan, U.S., March 19, 2018. GM said on Monday it would not comment on the tentative agreement pending ratification by the UAW. The UAW summary did not specify products or timing for GM's Fairfax and Lansing plants. GM currently builds the Chevrolet Malibu and Cadillac XT at Fairfax and the Cadillac CT4 and CT5 and Chevrolet Camaro in Lansing. Chief Executive Officer Mary Barra has said the current Bolt will be phased out of production at the end of this year.
Persons: Rebecca Cook, GM's Fairfax, Mary Barra, Ford, , Bill Rinna, “ BEV, Sam Fiorani, Stellantis, Paul Lienert, Matthew Lewis Organizations: Motors, Bolt, Orion Assembly, REUTERS, Rights DETROIT, General Motors, Chevrolet, Cadillac, Reuters, UAW, GM, Chevrolet Malibu, Fairfax, Ford, AutoForecast Solutions, Thomson Locations: Lake Orion , Michigan, U.S, Kansas, Michigan, Lansing, Fairfax , Kansas, Fairfax, Lansing ., Detroit
Gene Sperling, the White House liaison for the strike talks, was in daily contact with executives at the UAW and the three automakers. By that point, there was enough trust that the misunderstanding did little from the White House perspective to hurt the relationship. The UAW president declined to endorse the president who had engaged in the historic outreach. So as I said we’ll do that when it’s time.”Still, the White House saw itself as building trust with the UAW as the talks progressed. As soon as a tentative agreement was in place, Barra told the gathered negotiators that she needed to text the White House.
Persons: Joe Biden, Shawn Fain, Biden, Fain, Gene Sperling, Sperling, We’re, Donald Trump, “ I’m, ” Biden, , Julie Su, Su, umbrage, , ” Fain, “ We’ll, Ford, Stellantis, Mary Barra, Barra, Tom Krisher Organizations: WASHINGTON, United Auto Workers, General Motors, UAW, GM, Ford, Chrysler, Democratic, White, Democratic White Houses, Associated Press, Democrats, AP VoteCast, Republican, Labor, Biden, AP Locations: Delaware, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Detroit
DETROIT – General Motors plans to invest roughly $13 billion in U.S. facilities by April 2028, the United Auto Workers union said as part of its recent tentative agreement with the automaker. GM has already announced some of the planned investments such as $4 billion at Orion Assembly in suburban Detroit and $2 billion in Spring Hill, Tennessee, for new electric vehicles. GM was the last Detroit automaker to reach a tentative agreement following Ford Motor and Chrysler-parent Stellantis . GM's U.S. investments through the terms of the 4 ½-tear tentative compared to $8.1 billion announced by the union at Ford and $18.9 billion at Stellantis, including $6.2 billion in previously announced parts plants in Kokomo, Indiana. The details disclosed by the union for GM did not include billions in previously announced investments in four joint-venture battery cell plants in the U.S., including three upcoming facilities.
Persons: Mary Barra Organizations: United Auto Workers, UAW, General Motors, DETROIT –, Motors, GM, Orion Assembly, Detroit, Ford Motor, Chrysler, Ford Locations: Arlington , Texas, DETROIT, Detroit, Spring Hill , Tennessee, Lansing Grand, U.S, Kokomo , Indiana
Cruise's board has hired law firm Quinn Emanuel to review Cruise management's responses to regulators investigating the Oct. 2 accident, and technology consultancy Exponent to review Cruise's technology. Our commitment to Cruise with the goal of commercialization remains steadfast.”Federal and state safety regulators are investigating a series of accidents involving driverless Cruise vehicles. California regulators suspended the company's license to operate driverless vehicles last month, saying the self-driving vehicles were a risk to the public. Federal regulators last month told Cruise they are investigating incidents in which Cruise driverless cars appeared to fail to yield to pedestrians in crosswalks. Cruise said last week it would pause all driverless operations "while we take time to examine our processes, systems, and tools."
Persons: Elijah Nouvelage, Cruise, Cruise's, Quinn Emanuel, Mary Barra, Barra, Joe White, Jonathan Oatis Organizations: GM Bolt, REUTERS, General Motors, DETROIT, New York Times, GM, driverless, Traffic, Administration, Honda, Cruise, Thomson Locations: San Francisco , California, U.S, Federal, California, crosswalks, Cruise, Japan
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