GM Recall Probe Claims 15 Jobs, Clears CEO Barra

June 5 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Matt Miller and Bloomberg View contributor Ed Niedermeyer examine what was learned from General Motors internal investigation into a delayed recall of an ignition-switch flaw and what it means for the automaker going forward. Chief Executive Officer Mary Barra, who was cleared of wrong-doing in the report, revealed the results in a company town hall meeting. They speak on Bloomberg Television’s “In the Loop.”

Full Show: Bloomberg Markets Middle East (04/26)
48:14 - Guests include: Atradius Global Chief Economist John Lorie and Shuaa Capital Chairman Jassim Alseddiqi. (Source: Bloomberg)
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