By JAMES BENNETT
General Motors was fighting for survival during the Great Recession, and the struggle led to nearly a decade of painful uncertainty in southern Middle Tennessee.
There was no guarantee the company would continue to produce cars in Spring Hill, leaving hundreds wondering about job security and their future.
But after posting record profits in 2014, with strong light-truck sales in North America and strength in China, it’s safe to say the worst is over for GM. Workers received $9,000 each in profit sharing this year. To read the complete story, click here
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