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10 - General Motors

GM Customer Care and Aftersales announced it will launch a comprehensive collision certification program in 2018. Tom Roche

America’s biggest car maker is a Fortune 500 stalwart: It has appeared on the list every year since the ranking’s 1955 debut. Like the rest of the auto industry, the Mary Barra-led company—the largest female-led firm on this list—has had a tough year, which is reflected in its two-spot drop in the rankings. Annual revenues were down 5.5% as wholesale volumes shrank and inventory ballooned in the wake of reduced demand. The automaker has moved aggressively to counter those trends, though, by reducing inventory and rolling out several new models in the surprisingly strong crossover, SUV, and truck categories. The company believes its belt-tightening and strategic refocus, while costly in the short term, will position it for a solid 2018.

Key Metrics & Financials (Last Fiscal Year)

Previous Rank8
Revenues ($M)$157311
Revenue Percent Change-5.5%
Profits ($M)$-3864.0
Profits Percent Change-141.0%
Assets ($M)$212482
Market Value — as of March 29, 2018 ($M)$50972
Employees180000

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Company Facts

Employees180000
SectorMotor Vehicles & Parts
IndustryMotor Vehicles and Parts
HQ LocationDetroit
CEOMary T. Barra
CEO Title-
Websitewww.gm.com
Years on Fortune 500 List24

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