Politics: General Motors

General Motors has been under fire recently for taking nearly eleven years to recall older vehicles equipped with faulty ignition switches, and the U.S. federal legislative bodies are ready to get involved. Last month, the CEO of General Motors, Mary Barra, visited Capitol Hill for a well-attended Senate hearing on the GM technology issues. Senator Claire McCaskill confirmed Ms. Barra’s upcoming appearance for July 17th this week; the fact that Ms. Barra and other experts (including General Counsel Mike Millikin, Chicago Attorney Anton Valukas, Delphi Automotive CEO Rodney O’Neal, and compensation expert Kenneth Feinberg) are all making the trek over to Capitol Hill suggests that the Senate will ask more hard-hitting questions than

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