Senator Claire McCaskill replied. “I don’t get how you and Lucy Clark Dougherty still have your jobs.” CEO Mary Barra defended Millikin stating lower-down members of his department had failed to inform him to the scale of the problems and to
DETROIT, July 17 (Reuters) - General Motors Co : * CEO Barra says there are distinct differences between cars under Feinberg
DETROIT, July 17 (Reuters) - General Motors Co hearing in Washington: * General Motors Co CEO Barra disagrees with Sen. McCaskill's
execs to testify why it took the company nearly 11 years to recall cars produced with a faulty ignition switch. GM CEO Mary Barra , General Counsel Mike Millikin and Delphi Automotive CEO Rodney O'Neal will testify before a subcommittee on July 17. The
corporate culture in which it was accepted practice to shrug off all responsibility for fixing a problem. “GM’s CEO Mary Barra herself said that individuals inside the company repeatedly failed to disclose the critical pieces of information that would
families connected to the faulty ignition switch problem that led to 13 reported deaths and hundreds of injuries. GM CEO Mary Barra says there will be no cap on payments used to compensate the victims, and has appointed compensation expert Kenneth Feinberg
By Price Point : While General Motors Company ( GM ) is busy handling the fallout of a number of unfortunate vehicles recalls, attending congressional hearings, dealing with litigation, and implementing a cultural change, competitors such as Ford ( F ) and Tesla ( TSLA ) are busy expanding and ...
total of 44 recall announcements in 2014, and now CEO Mary Barra says it's possible more may be on the way. "We're going ..... and we're going to take the action that we need," says Barra . "If we find an issue, we're going to deal with it
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - General Motors Chief Executive Mary Barra said on Thursday more recalls are possible as the No. 1 U.S. automaker grapples with a series of safety problems that have prompted the recall of 20 million cars.
WASHINGTON, June 26 (Reuters) - General Motors Chief Executive Mary Barra said on Thursday more recalls are possible as the No. 1 U.S. automaker grapples with a series of safety problems that have...