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General Motors’ board hired a law firm to review why it wasn’t initially informed of cars stalling due to a faulty ignition switch, after CEO Mary Barra began her own investigation into the company’s handling of the ignition-switch problem. Jeff Bennett reports.
General Motors announced it is recalling 1.5 million cars following an internal safety review. The company expects to pay $300 million in repairs.