GM Rehires Fritz Henderson As $59K-Per-Month Consultant

Former CEO Fritz Henderson has been rehired by GM, the company that hastily canned him, for a $59K-per-month gig as a consultant according to The Detroit News. What's next? Sarah Henderson getting hired to run GM social media? [via @davidshepardson] » 2/19/10 4:45pm 2/19/10 4:45pm

Today's Dilbert A Thinly Veiled Stab At GM Management

Yesterday was going as planned with pre-LA Auto Show news trickling out until BAM! GM announces President and CEO Fritz Henderson was resigning (fired!) and other-old-white-guy Ed Whitacre would take his place in the interim. Today's Dilbert skewers everyone involved. » 12/02/09 2:34pm 12/02/09 2:34pm

LA Auto Show: With Fritz Gone, It's Bob's World Now

Fritz Henderson was supposed to be this morning's LA Auto Show keynote speaker until he resigned (or was forced out, depending on which Henderson we listen to) as GM CEO. Now Bob Lutz takes the reins...well, of today's speech anyway. » 12/02/09 10:30am 12/02/09 10:30am

Daughter Of Resigned GM CEO Attacks New GM CEO On Facebook

Sarah Henderson, daughter of Fritz Henderson, the just-resigned-minutes-ago GM CEO, posted some choice words about Ed Whitacre, the random white guy taking her dad's place at the top of the just-emerged-from-bankruptcy automaker, on the automaker's public Facebook page! » 12/01/09 6:00pm 12/01/09 6:00pm

GM Still To Re-Badge Holden Commodore As U.S. Cop Car

GM CEO Fritz Henderson says the General's still looking to win a contract to supply re-badged Holden Commodores (formerly re-badged as the Pontiac G8 and once rumored to be re-badged as the Chevy Caprice) to US law enforcement agencies. » 9/17/09 8:20am 9/17/09 8:20am

Unlike Some Auto CEOs, GM's Fritz Henderson Can Type His Own Tweets

During yesterday's live-tweet by GM CEO Fritz Henderson, Ford's always-looking-to-be-center-of-attention-and-shove-a-foot-sideways-in-his-mouth social-media "expert" Scott Monty decided to tweet he'd come up with the idea first. However, unlike Ford's apparently typing-impaired-CEO Alan Mulally, GM's CEO can type his own … » 6/17/09 3:20pm 6/17/09 3:20pm

Corvette Is Safe From Carpocalypse

While the Dodge Viper may be dead, and despite some fools saying otherwise, GM CEO Fritz Henderson says the Corvette is here to stay. They're even developing the next-generation C7 according to AutoWeek. » 5/06/09 3:30pm 5/06/09 3:30pm