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GM officially begins repairing defective ignition switches

GM has announced it has begun shipping new ignition switches, cylinders and key sets for the 2.6 million vehicles affected by the massive ignition switch recall. 188 more words


Take automotive recall notices seriously


By Russ Van Arsdale, executive director Northeast CONTACT

Posted April 20, 2014, at 10:35 a.m.

The next time you’re in your car, think about oncoming drivers who haven’t had their recalled vehicles repaired.

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Greenleaf marijuana recalled for unknown reasons

Health Canada warns patients not to use marijuana from Greenleaf Medicinals.

Another historical first for Canada’s modern medical marijuana market, as the first batch of substandard bud has been recalled. 314 more words


Two General Motors engineers put on paid leave as investigation into ignition switch recall deepens

DETROIT — General Motors has put two engineers on paid leave as an outside attorney investigates why the company took more than a decade to recall millions of small cars for an ignition switch problem. 92 more words


Independent testing – the only way to ensuring product quality!


  • In most ISVs & Software Enabled Businesses, developers double up as testers and there is no formal testing process in place
  • QA is typically given a step-motherly treatment and is looked at only when schedule and time permits…
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Analysis: Why Mary Barra's don't-know-anything-about-anything claim rings false

The last time Congress convened hearings on an automotive safety scandal, during the early 2010 furor over sudden unintended acceleration in Toyotas, the crucial takeaway was how little members of Congress understood cars or the car business. 773 more words


GM Hires Feinberg To Advise On Recall Victims

WASHINGTON (AP) – General Motors has hired attorney Kenneth Feinberg to explore ways to compensate victims of accidents connected to defective ignition switches in its small cars. 112 more words