GM posts lower profit after recall; truck pricing strong

DETROIT - General Motors Co said on Thursday that first-quarter profit tumbled 88 percent after a massive recall due to defective ignition switches, but results still topped expectations on strong pricing for its redesigned pickup trucks in North America.

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Senator Blumenthal wants to quiz former GM CEOs on recalls

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22 Apr 2014

Top GM engineer to leave in post-recall reorganization

DETROIT - General Motors' top engineering executive, a longtime colleague and key lieutenant of Chief Executive Mary Barra, is retiring in the automaker's highest profile executive change since the massive recall of vehicles with defective ignition switches linked to at least 13 deaths.

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Toyota wants to use more hybrid system parts made in China

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