General Motors Corporate Responsibility Newsletter - February 2016

General Motors Corporate Responsibility Newsletter - February 2016

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GM Launches Personal Mobility Brand: Maven

General Motors announced its next step in redefining personal mobility with a new car-sharing service called Maven, which combines and expands the company’s multiple programs under one single brand.

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8 Tips to Help Close that Renewable Energy Deal

The benefits of clean energy are clear, but procuring renewables can often be a muddy process given up-front investments, long contracts, and the need to build consensus among various internal company departments. GM's Rob Threlkeld, global manager of renewable energy, offers tips to help ensure a smooth process for companies interested in procuring renewable energy.

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5 Reasons to go Electric … And How the Chevrolet Bolt EV Delivers

Haven’t gone electric yet? Chevrolet’s latest electric vehicle, the Bolt EV, might convince you to take the plunge. Our engineers designed this roomy and bright small crossover hatchback for…well, everyone.

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GM Exploring Mobileye Advanced Mapping With OnStar Data

General Motors is exploring a new mapping technology from Mobileye that could use crowd-sourced real-time data collected by OnStar for precise localization and high-definition lane data that supports fully autonomous driving.

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2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV Sets Benchmark for EV Design

As Chevrolet’s first ground-up, long-range electric vehicle, the 2017 Bolt EV offered designers unprecedented freedom, resulting in a vehicle that crosses boundaries and challenges expectations in the electric vehicle (EV) segment.

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Drive Unit and Battery at the Heart of Chevrolet Bolt EV

The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV does more than set a new benchmark for affordable, long-range EV driving. It also raises the bar when it comes to driving performance.

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GM Launches Career Re-Entry Internship Program

General Motors announced an innovative pilot internship program aimed at experienced women engineers who are interested in returning to the workforce after a two or more year career break.

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GM Executive Alicia Boler-Davis Honored during 24th Annual Trumpet Awards

GM’s Alicia Boler-Davis, senior vice president, Global Connected Customer Experience, was named the 2016 Corporate Executive of the Year during the 24th Annual Trumpet Awards. Boler-Davis was recognized for the work she’s accomplished at GM, and for the impact she’s had on the automotive industry in creating new opportunities for women and minorities.

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GM Dedicates its Center for African American Art at the DIA to Global Design Chief Ed Welburn

General Motors, a long-time sponsor of the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA), honored Ed Welburn, vice president of Global Design, in the rededication of the General Motors Center for African American Art. The Center’s goal is to enhance public knowledge of African-American contributions to the art community.

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Cadillac Rear Camera Mirror Named 2016 Safety Technology by AJAC

Cadillac’s Rear Camera Mirror was today announced as Automotive Journalists Association of Canada’s 2016 Best New Safety Technology at the Montreal International Auto Show. This is the second award for the technology, as it was the Popular Science “Best of What’s New” winner in 2015.

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