WASHINGTON, D.C. – General Motors CEO Mary Barra testified Thursday before the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation’s Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, Product Safety and Insurance. Her prepared opening remarks are below. As always, the speaker’s words are definitive.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – General Motors Chief Counsel and Executive Vice President Mike Millikin testified Thursday before the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation’s Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, Product Safety and Insurance. His prepared opening remarks are below. As always, the speaker’s words are definitive.
OSHAWA – General Motors announced today it will conduct six new safety recalls in Canada involving about 700,000 vehicles from the 1997 to 2014 model years.
We are pleased that Mr. Feinberg has completed the next step with our ignition switch compensation program to help victims and their families.
OSHAWA – General Motors (GM: NYSE) today announced four safety recalls covering 57,706 vehicles in Canada.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – General Motors CEO Mary Barra appeared Wednesday before the U.S. House Committee on Energy & Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations. Her prepared oral remarks are below. As always, the spoken word is definitive.
OSHAWA – General Motors will rework or replace the ignition keys on 187,972 2000 to 2014 model year cars in Canada because the ignition switch may inadvertently move out of the “run” position if the key is carrying extra weight and experiences some jarring event.
OSHAWA – General Motors will recall all current generation Chevrolet Camaros because a driver’s knee can bump the key FOB and cause the key to inadvertently move out of the “run” position, with a corresponding reduction or loss of power.
Oshawa, Ontario (June 5, 2014) — General Motors of Canada Limited today announced that it will adopt the same compensation program for Canadians who have lost loved ones or who have suffered serious physical injuries as the result of an ignition switch failure in recently recalled vehicles, as was announced today by GM Company in the United States.
DETROIT – General Motors today announced it will implement a compensation program for those who have lost loved ones or who have suffered serious physical injuries as the result of an ignition switch failure in recently recalled vehicles.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra said today that GM has received the findings of an investigation by former U.S. Attorney Anton Valukas into the Cobalt ignition switch recall and plans to act on all of its recommendations.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra to provide an update on the ignition switch recall.
OSHAWA – In a continuing effort to quickly address emerging safety issues, General Motors announced today it is recalling about 181,500 vehicles in three separate Canadian recalls.
OSHAWA – With parts production running seven days a week on multiple shifts, General Motors plans to produce enough repair parts by October to have the ability to repair the majority of the vehicles impacted by the ignition switch and ignition cylinder recalls.
Manchester United will wear its new Chevrolet-branded shirt for the first time during the club’s Chevrolet Cup match against the L.A. Galaxy on Wednesday at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. To celebrate, Chevrolet today said it would offer a free livestream of the match to fans around the world at www.ChevroletFC.com.