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  • Mazda light bulbs, produced by General Electric in the first half of the 20th century, were also coincidentally named after this mythological figure but had no connection to the car company). The business
  • However in 2000, it was General Motors not Daimler who won Fiat's hand. The two groups swapped shareholdings, with GM getting a 20% stake in Fiat in return for 5% of its own shares. (Fiat sold its GM
  • before becoming press officer to General Pierre Koenig, the chief representative in exile of De Gaulle's French Resistance movement. Bleustein returned to France immediately after the liberation in
  • In 2007, Renault fought off competition from General Motors and Fiat to secure a strategic partnership with Russia's biggest auto manufacturer AvtoVaz. AvtoVaz accounts for around 70% of all auto manufacturing
  • of a potentially significant alliance in 2012 with General Motors, whose Opel division is also under intense pressure. GM injected $335m into PSA in return for a 7% equity stake, and the two companies
  • its customers include GM as well as Ford, Toyota as well as Nissan and Mitsubishi, and Renault as well as PSA. Revenues rose by 13% in 2008 to €2.9bn, of which around half was generated by cars and
  • photograph of French president George Pompidou driving a motor boat powered by their client's product. Pompidou, however, was outraged and demanded the ad be withdrawn despite the fact that it was already
  • It was released to the general public for the first time shortly before her death in 1971 (and is named after her birthday, 19th August). Chanel No 22 was first introduced in 1928 to celebrate the designer'
  • the top spot globally in 2016 ahead of Toyota and GM, two years ahead of target despite the shadow of the diesel emissions scandal which emerged a year earlier. The group was found to have installed sophisticated
  • GM then began to buy up local European passenger car manufacturers, starting with another British company Vauxhall Motors in 1925. In 1931, General Motors acquired an 80% holding in Opel as its principal

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