General motors

Yes, there was a conspiracy led by General Motors to replace streetcars with their buses in the 1930s. But streetcars were dying well before then, due to competition with the automobile and other reasons apart from nefarious corporate collusions.
May 12, 2015   Vox
With Toyota's long-waited fuel cell electric vehicle (FCV) hitting showrooms in the U.S. this week, Kenneth Chang, science reporter for The New York Times, delves further into the technology, starting with how it fared under two administrations.
Nov 19, 2014   The New York Times - Environment
Carmakers are developing technologies to alert drivers and pedestrians if they are about to collide.
Sep 6, 2013   The Car Connection
A new GM ad implies that bikes aren't a sexy mode of transport for college kids.
Oct 14, 2011   Grist
With the unlikely help of a group called the Mayors Automotive Coalition, down-at-the-heels towns are reinventing themselves - in various shades of green.
Jun 15, 2011   OnEarth
After a last-ditch attempt to sell the Hummer brand to a Chinese company fell through, GM has declared it will shut it down.
Feb 25, 2010   The Huffington Post
General Motors has closed its facility in Spring Hill, Tennessee, leaving hundreds of employees and thousands of residents to an uncertain fate.
Jun 2, 2009   CNN
The P.U.M.A. is an experimental prototype that takes Segway technology and fits it to a two-person commuter car frame.
Apr 8, 2009   Boing Boing
Ypsilanti, Michigan, has been a GM factory town for more than 50 years. With the recent ouster of GM CEO Rick Wagoner by the federal government, many in the oft-shaken town are worried about its future.
Apr 3, 2009   Los Angeles Times