Mike Spector

Wall Street Journal reporter investigating auto recalls

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Reporter for the Wall Street Journal investigating auto recalls

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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

Hostess Brands , the maker of Twinkies and Wonder Bread, emerged from its first bankruptcy in 2009.

Twinkie Maker Faces Sugar Crash

Hostess Brands , the maker of Twinkies and Wonder Bread, emerged from its first bankruptcy in 2009.

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