GM CEO Mary Barra Speaks at J.D. Power/NADA Event

April 15 (Bloomberg) -- General Motors Co. Chief Executive Officer Mary Barra speaks about the automaker's continuing investigation into a delayed response to flawed ignition switches linked to 13 deaths, the creation of a new global product integrity organization that will focus on the safety of new vehicles under development and the progress at GM since she assumed her post on Jan. 15. Barra speaks at a forum hosted by J.D. Power & Associates and the National Automobile Dealers Association on the eve of the New York International Auto Show. Jason Stein, publisher and editor of Automotive News, interviews Barra after her speech. (Source: Bloomberg)
Pegula Eager to Showcase Game, Not Name at U.S. Open
40:35 - Women's Tennis Association player Jessica Pegula talks about her U.S. Open debut, the challenge of overcoming a knee injury and perceptions tied to ber upbringing. The 21-year-old, is the daughter of Terry Pegula, who ranks 302nd on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index with $4.8 billion and owns the NFL’s Buffalo Bills and the NHL’s Buffalo Sabress. She is ranked No. 260 by the WTA. (Source: Bloomberg)
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