Politicians are slow to attribute blame, but General Motors is jumping the gun, claiming responsibility for ebola virus outbreak.
If you can’t read that title without giggling, you likely have some growing up left to do.
General Motors’ former executive Bob Lutz sat down to an interview with the Washington Post to talk about effective leadership.
Many are skeptical, and for perfectly good reason; we’ve heard the same song and dance before.
GM and its suppliers have donated money and man hourse to Habitat for Humanity Detroit.
Initially there were only 13 folks identified as being victims of faulty ignition switches, but the number has risen to 19.
More finger pointing.
In addition, GM will restore three of the eight sunken Corvettes.
Did General Motors Financial violate the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act?
General Motors Engineers Treated Large Car Ignition Switch Failures Differently Than Small Car Engineers
Engineers reacted to ignition defects more quickly when it occurred to larger, more profitable vehicles.
Plaintiffs will still receive compensation through Ken Feinberg’s fund, however.