GM is poised for growth as automaker targets trillions in new markets


GM CEO Mary Barra talks with media prior to the start of the 2017 General Motors Company Annual Meeting of Stockholders Tuesday, June 6, 2017 at GM Global Headquarters in Detroit, Michigan.

Photo by John F. Martin for GM

DETROIT — Since taking over the helm of General Motors in 2014, CEO Mary Barra has meticulously cut costs, slashed about 64,000 jobs, exited unprofitable markets overseas and audaciously pledged to make GM an all-electric auto company by 2035.

Though controversial at times, each of those decisions took GM one step closer to where it is today: poised for growth in new markets.

Barra’s GM looks vastly different from the one she inherited out of the financial crisis….


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