GM Chief Barra Pledges Action On Dangerous Ignitions
Credit: Slate.com
April 2, 2014

Via AFP:

GM Chief Executive Mary Barra said Monday she still does not know why its took years for the automaker to recall cars with dangerously faulty ignitions, but pledged to find out.

In testimony prepared for a Congressional hearing Tuesday into the ignition problem, tied to 13 deaths, Barra promised to be "fully transparent" over what kept General Motors from addressing the problem for 10 years.

She said management would take responsibility for the issue, and that GM "will do the right thing."

"More than a decade ago, GM embarked on a small car program. Sitting here today, I cannot tell ...

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