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17 September 2014

US Senate committee criticises natl. auto safety regulator for failing to identify defects in General Motors ignition switch leading to 19 deaths

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22 August 2014

USA: Microsoft leaves business org. ALEC, reportedly in split over climate change & renewable energy

Author: Ari Natter, Bloomberg

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5 August 2014
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Author: Béatrice Héraud, Novethic (France) (copyright: www.novethic.fr)

« Chine: Les conditions de sécurité pointées du doigt dans l'explosion d'une usine », 4 août 2014...

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3 August 2014

China: Explosion at plant of Zhongrong Metal Production, subcontractor to international automotive brands’ wheel supplier, kills at least 68; Govt. orders safety checks

Author: James T. Areddy, Wall Street Journal (USA)

"Blast at China Car-Parts Supplier Kills at Least 68", 2 Aug 2014...

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3 August 2014

China: Govt. report blames Zhongrong Metal & local regulators for deadly blast; General Motors denies direct relationship with company

Author: China Daily

“'Safety violations' at Jiangsu auto factory led to dust blast”, 4 Aug 2014...

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3 August 2014
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Author: 孙卫涛、刘灿邦、查道坤、黄晟, 中国新闻社

"通用汽车:与昆山爆炸工厂无直接关系", 2014年8月4日...

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6 June 2014
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Author: Lucie Robequain, Les Echos (France)

La patronne de General Motors [GM], Mary Barra, n'a pas eu de mots assez durs pour décrire les graves négligences dont s'est rendu coupable le groupe pendant une dizaine d'années et qui ont provoqué la mort de 13 personnes, selon General Motors…Une...

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18 May 2014

GM legal department under scrutiny in company's recall probe: report

Author: Jim Loney & Eric Walsh, Reuters

General Motors' legal department is the focus of an internal inquiry into how the company handled a vehicle safety defect linked to 13 deaths...The U.S. government hit the automaker with a $35 million fine on Friday for its delayed response to an...

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18 May 2014

USA: GM fined $35 million for delayed response to ignition switch defect linked to 13 deaths; company undertaking internal inquiry

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17 April 2014

Ford, IBM to face renewed U.S. lawsuit over apartheid-era abuses

Author: Jonathan Stempel, Reuters

Ford Motor Co and IBM Corp will again have to face a U.S. lawsuit claiming they encouraged race-based human rights abuses in apartheid-era South Africa, despite...recent court decisions limiting...such cases... U.S. District Judge Shira Scheindlin in...

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