WASHINGTON (AP) – GM officials will be on Capitol Hill today to testify about the company’s delayed recall of millions of small cars.
The Senate Commerce subcommittee on consumer protection wants to know what role the company’s legal department played in the mishandled recall of defective ignition switches. It also will ask how GM is changing the corporate culture that allowed such a mishandling to occur.
Expected to testify are CEO Mary Barra and GM General Counsel Michael Millikin.
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