The CEO of Delphi, the manufacturer of defective ignition switches, said General Motors is the one to blame for the ignition problem responsible for at least 13 deaths. During the her fourth Congressional hearing, GM CEO Mary Barra said the automaker is doing everything it can to correct the the problem and compensate victims.
GM files documents to the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration related to a defective ignition switch linked to at least 13 deaths. GM filed some 200,000 pages of documents to the safety agency by a Thursday midnight deadline.
After news that it delayed a recall of cars with potentially lethal defect, GM apologies and puts remorse into action with reforms. Words of contrition these days must come with deeds.