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  • GM Needn’t Tell Customers to Park Recall Cars Says Judge

    General Motors Co. doesn’t have to tell car owners they should park the 2.59 million vehicles it recalled over faulty ignition switches, a federal judge ruled, rejecting a bid for what would’ve been an unprecedented order.

  • GM Replaced Failing Switch Before Selling Cadillac SUV

    General Motors Co., the automaker recalling 2.59 million small cars for an ignition-switch flaw, uncovered and corrected a similar fault while testing its 2007 Cadillac SRX sport-utility vehicle, documents show.

  • GM Passed on Ignition-Switch Fix in 2001, Advocates Say

    General Motors Co. chose not to use a more robust ignition-switch part in Chevrolet Cobalts and other small cars while they were being designed, a decision that may have led to deaths, safety advocates said.

  • GM Adds Team to Focus on Safety During Car Development

    General Motors Co. Chief Executive Officer Mary Barra, under fire for the company’s slow response to flawed ignition switches linked to 13 deaths, said she is creating a team that will make the company’s cars as safe as they are fun to drive.

  • GM’s Batey Says Company Successful in Transparency on Recall

    General Motors Co. has been successful in providing transparency about a recall of 2.59 million vehicles linked to the deaths of at least 13 people, a senior executive said.

  • Drivers Ignoring Recall Notices Pose Hurdle for GM’s CEO

    Even with U.S. auto recalls on pace to reach the highest level in a decade this year, there’s a good chance many of the vehicles won’t get fixed.

  • GM Faces More Tests as Documents Show Culture of Denial

    The hundreds of pages of documents released by lawmakers last week shed new light on General Motors Co.’s more than decade-long failure to respond to auto-safety complaints, underscoring the struggle ahead for Chief Executive Officer Mary Barra as she seeks to refocus on the company’s new fleet of cars.

  • Regulator Didn’t Act on Evidence of Defective GM Air Bags

    Documents released in an investigation into an ignition switch flaw on some General Motors Co. cars have shed new light on the government’s decision not to act even as evidence of the fault now linked to 13 deaths was building.

  • GM Records Show Co-Workers Stymied In-House Investigator

    For about two years, General Motors Co. engineer Brian Stouffer tried to figure out why faulty ignition switches now linked to at least 13 deaths were causing cars to stall. His quest was thwarted by uncooperative colleagues, inaccurate data and a rotating cast of managers.

  • Documents Show GM Slow to Respond to Safety Complaints

    Internal General Motors Co. documents released yesterday by Congress show that company executives, including Chief Executive Officer Mary Barra, were slow to respond to complaints about vehicle safety that built up for more than a decade.

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