Skip to main content
External Link
GM and SF are now in a legal battle over a $108 million tax bill.

General Motors filed a lawsuit against the city of San Francisco last week, accusing it of unfairly taxing it $108 million over a period of seven years, reports Bloomberg.

San Francisco is where GM’s robotaxi arm Cruise was founded, and where the horrific dragging accident happened ahead of a full shutdown, executive exodus, and layoffs. The city allegedly tied the tax bill to GM’s global revenue of $3 billion — instead of the much more humble figure generated by Cruise.