Mary Barra, General Motors CEO, returns to D.C. to testify before a Senate panel about ignition switch recall
A Senate panel will pose questions to a new set of key players Thursday as it delves deeper into General Motors' delayed recall of millions of small cars.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra will be back before a U.S. Senate subcommittee Thursday answering questions about the company’s widespread recall, but Barra is refusing to meet with families of victims who were killed in fatal car crashes.
Amid a massive recall involving ignition switches and the scandal over the long delay in doing so, the CEO of General Motors appeared before a House committee Wednesday.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra faces questioning from lawmakers today when she testifies on Capitol Hill about the automaker's recall of some 6.3 million vehicles since February.
Thirteen deaths have been linked to a faulty ignition switch in GM vehicles.
Congress will press GM's CEO for answers this week.
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