GM to Pay All Claims From Ignition Flaws: Feinberg

June 30 (Bloomberg) -- Attorney Ken Feinberg speaks about details of General Motors Co.'s program to compensate victims of accidents in Cobalts, Ions and other cars with faulty ignition switches. Feinberg, hired by GM to make the payments, says the automaker will pay anyone who proves they were injured in a crash tied to the faulty switches in one of 2.59 million recalled cars, even if they were drunk or texting on their phone at the time of the accident. He speaks at a news conference in Washington. (Source: Bloomberg)
Twitter Tumbles Below $20B Market Value
06:37 - Bloomberg’s Julie Hyman and Alex Sherman discuss Twitter’s tumble push company below $20B in market value and why investors are speculating on a future Twitter suitor. They speak with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang on “Bloomberg West.”(Source: Bloomberg)
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