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The Obama administration’s sweeping fuel-economy and emissions initiative announced Tuesday reopens a fierce debate over tradeoffs between fuel economy and auto safety.
The government says no tradeoff exists, because nothing in the new rules would force automakers to sell more small cars, which are more dangerous in crashes than larger ones. But some safety experts think otherwise.

“The deadlines are so tight that downsizing will be Read the rest of this entry »

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General Motors will reduce life insurance benefits for most of its white-collar retirees and cut back on company-provided health care for some salaried workers under 65, according to the Detroit Free Press.

GM has already eliminated coverage for retirees older than 65 because they are eligible for government benefits. That change went into effect this year.

This new cost cutting move comes along with Tuesday’s announcement that the Read the rest of this entry »

General Motors will reduce life insurance benefits for most of its white-collar retirees and cut back on company-provided health care for some salaried workers under 65, according to the Detroit Free Press.

GM has already eliminated coverage for retirees older than 65 because they are eligible for government benefits. That change went into effect this year.

This new cost cutting move comes along with Tuesday’s announcement that the Read the rest of this entry »

General Motors will reduce life insurance benefits for most of its white-collar retirees and cut back on company-provided health care for some salaried workers under 65, according to the Detroit Free Press.

GM has already eliminated coverage for retirees older than 65 because they are eligible for government benefits. That change went into effect this year.

This new cost cutting move comes along with Tuesday’s announcement that the Read the rest of this entry »

General Motors will reduce life insurance benefits for most of its white-collar retirees and cut back on company-provided health care for some salaried workers under 65, according to the Detroit Free Press.

GM has already eliminated coverage for retirees older than 65 because they are eligible for government benefits. That change went into effect this year.

This new cost cutting move comes along with Tuesday’s announcement that the Read the rest of this entry »

General Motors will reduce life insurance benefits for most of its white-collar retirees and cut back on company-provided health care for some salaried workers under 65, according to the Detroit Free Press.

GM has already eliminated coverage for retirees older than 65 because they are eligible for government benefits. That change went into effect this year.

This new cost cutting move comes along with Tuesday’s announcement that the Read the rest of this entry »

General Motors will reduce life insurance benefits for most of its white-collar retirees and cut back on company-provided health care for some salaried workers under 65, according to the Detroit Free Press.

GM has already eliminated coverage for retirees older than 65 because they are eligible for government benefits. That change went into effect this year.

This new cost cutting move comes along with Tuesday’s announcement that the Read the rest of this entry »