Last week, Mary Barra, CEO of General Motors, trekked to Capital Hill to explain just why her company waited so long before disclosing problems with some of its car ignition switches. GM began recalling vehicles equipped with the faulty switches, which have linked to over a dozen fatalities, earlier this... More →
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Foreign investors can do just fine
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