Lately, national news has been filled with recalls, mainly involving General Motors. According to USA Today, GM has recently recalled 3.16 million more vehicles, following the already 2.19 million cars recalled in February and March, for key ingnition problems. This specific recall has been linked to multiple crashes, resulting in 13 deaths. (USA Today)
It seems that for GM, not only is it raining, it's pouring. Recall after recall and people are demanding reasoning behind these faults. Mary Barra, CEO of General Motors appeared in front of the U.S. House Committee of Energy & Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigation to give it her best shot in the first step of solving just a few of GM's problems.
General Motors Chief Executive Mary Barra says she “will not rest” until she fixes the “deep underlying cultural problems” at the root of the company’s decade-long failure to identify and fix a deadly safety flaw in its vehicles blamed for at least 13 deaths. Read More