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GM says it only wants to dismiss non-injury lawsuits


The US company clarified that it asked in a New York court filling to only dismiss the lawsuits which ask monetary compensation for just owning one of the recalled cars in the 2.6 million vehicles equipped with the defective ignition switch. General Motors noted in its request to Judge Robert Gerber it’s asking to dismiss lawsuits in accordance with its bankruptcy ...
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Amid recall scandal reorganization, GM’s top engineer leaves
John Calabrese, GM’s vice president of global engineering, has decided to retire from his position – marking the biggest executive change since the onset of the defective ignition switch recall. Calabrese, ...
First quarter sees Toyota on top
We’re actually getting used to it now – Toyota has again managed to outsell General Motors and Volkswagen this past quarter. The Japanese company managed to beat both – while in ...
GM recalls Ion cars, NHTSA ends probe
While it was revealed that again GM waited in issuing a recall – this time involving around 335,000 older Saturn Ions with steering problems, the NHTSA still closed the probe ...
GM seeks court aid to ban any recall litigations
Because in 2009 the bankruptcy of General Motors led to the creation of a new company – albeit with the same name – now the “new” GM seeks to protect ...
GM aims to further expand its China operations
As last year it lost for the first time in eight years the sales crown in China, General Motors prepares to battle the German automaker in the 2014-2017 period with ...
US judge doesn’t order GM to park recalled cars
The federal District Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos decided yesterday General Motors doesn’t need to tell owners of the 2.6 million cars recalled over the defective ignition switch to stop using ...
GM says recalled cars safe, but hasn’t tested them for all situations
Although the automaker has not made tests for a single problem that is known to have the engine shut down – by the driver simply bumping its knee to the ...
Continental drawn into GM’s recall litigation
Auto parts maker Continental Automotive Systems US, which made the airbags on the 2.6 million cars GM recalled in relation to the defective ignition switch, could be drawn into the ...
Report – GM sends Cadillac boss back to Washington
According to a person with inside knowledge of the matter, General Motors aims to get its global Cadillac chief back to its former lobbying job in Washington. The move is dictated ...



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