General Motors Corporation

Industry: Truck Auto Manufacturers

Fortune Rank: 15

For the nine months ended 30 September 2005, General Motors Corporation's revenues fell less than 1% to $141.47B. Net loss totaled $3.8B vs. an income of $2.9B. Revenues reflect lower sales from GM- North America. Net loss also reflect lower production volumes, continued increase in healthcare costs, higher materials costs and increased reserves for insurance losses related to Hurricane Katrina.

General Motors Corporation (GM) has two core businesses: Automotive and Other Operations (Auto and Other), and Financing and Insurance Operations (FIO). GM's Auto and Other segment consists of GM's four automotive regions: GM North America, GM Europe, GM Latin America/Africa/Mid-East, and GM Asia Pacific, which constitute GM Automotive, and Other, which primarily includes the design, manufacturing and marketing of locomotives. GM offers vehicles under the following nameplates: Chevrolet, Pontiac, GMC, Oldsmobile, Buick, Cadillac, Saturn, HUMMER, Opel, Vauxhall, Holden and Saab. GM's FIO operating segment primarily relates to General Motors Acceptance Corporation (GMAC). GMAC provides a range of financial services, including consumer vehicle financing, automotive dealership and other commercial financing, residential and commercial mortgage services, automobile service contracts, personal automobile insurance coverage and selected commercial insurance coverage.

General Motors Corporation

General Motors Corporation achieved a revenue of $104,589.00 million in 2010 but is one of the very few companies on the Fortune 500 for which profit figures are officially not available for this year.

General Motors Corporation's rank changes

The company's ranking in 2010 was a decline from 2009 when it was ranked 6th on the Fortune 500. The Previous ranking was based on its 2009 revenue of $148,979 million (a change of -44 million compared to 2010) and profits of $-30,860 million (a change of 30 million compared to 2010).

Another point of view

To many investors, profits are more important than the revenue a company earns, but unfortunately General Motors Corporation's profit figures for 2010 are not available.

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