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General Motors: No More Major Safety Concerns, Dismissals to Come

by TheStreet 1:02 mins

General Motors: No More Major Safety Concerns, Dismissals to Come

by TheStreet 1:02 mins

As its internal probe nears completion, General Motors has assured that there are no more major safety concerns following an investigation that has unearthed a total 15.8 million model recalls for the automaker. The internal review uncovered at least 13 deaths associated with a faulty ignition switch causing vehicles to stall when in use, fail to deploy airbags in the event of a crash and limit driver control of braking and steering. CEO Mary Barra also told reporters before the company’s annual shareholder meeting that no further dismissals were likely after 15 employees were fired last week and a further 5 disciplined as a result of the recall scandal.

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