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  • GM expands recall, suspends two engineers, takes $1.3-billion charge

    GM expands recall, suspends two engineers, takes $1.3-billion charge
    General Motors announced Thursday it will take a $1.3-billion write-down to cover the cost of repairs related to faulty ignition switch recalls, and placed two engineers at the center of the recall scandal on paid leave.
  • Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich resigns under fire for supporting Prop. 8

    Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich resigns under fire for supporting Prop. 8
    Just days after taking the job, Brendan Eich has resigned as chief executive of Mozilla, the maker of Firefox, after coming under fire for his 2008 support of Proposition 8, the California constitutional amendment that disallowed the marriage of same-...

    GM appoints safety chief to deal with mounting recall crisis

    GM appoints safety chief to deal with mounting recall crisis
    Beset by criticism that it did not move quickly enough to fix an ignition switch problem linked to 12 fatal crashes, General Motors on Tuesday named a vehicle safety chief charged with identifying and resolving product safety issues. Jeff Boyer, who has...

    GM responds to safety scandal by recalling 1.5 million more vehicles

    GM responds to safety scandal by recalling 1.5 million more vehicles
    In its latest reaction to a mounting safety scandal, General Motors Co. recalled 1.5 million more vehicles and set aside $300 million to pay for repairs. The move follows the automaker's apologies over delays in fixing a deadly ignition switch problem....

    GM names Mary Barra chief executive; Dan Akerson to retire

    GM names Mary Barra chief executive; Dan Akerson to retire
    General Motors Co. named its first female chief executive Tuesday, elevating Mary Barra, a former intern who over three decades rose to head the automaker’s global product development, to its top position. Barra, 51, joins a handful of women,...