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Maryann Keller

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Independent auto analyst; former president of Priceline Automotive and author of numerous books on General Motors and the automobile industry, including Rude Awakening: The Rise, Fall and Struggle for Recovery of General Motors

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General Motors has begun the process of compensating victims of faulty ignition systems that led to an avalanche of auto recalls.

Why is America's Auto Industry Back Despite Millions of Recalls?

General Motors has begun the process of compensating victims of faulty ignition systems that led to an avalanche of auto recalls.

from To the Point

General Motors has begun the process of compensating victims of faulty ignition systems that led to an avalanche of auto recalls.  But, despite reports of deaths and injuries—and…

Why is America's auto industry back despite millions of recalls?

General Motors has begun the process of compensating victims of faulty ignition systems that led to an avalanche of auto recalls.  But, despite reports of deaths and injuries—and…

from To the Point

For many years, General Motors knowingly installed ignition switches that failed to meet specifications in Chevy Cobalts and other small cars.

GM on the Hot Seat — All Over Again

For many years, General Motors knowingly installed ignition switches that failed to meet specifications in Chevy Cobalts and other small cars.

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