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GM boss 'deeply sorry' after deadly crashes

General Motors CEO Mary Barra is sworn in before the House Energy and Commerce Committee for a hearing on the GM ignition switch recall on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, April 1, 2014Conceding company officials knew of their cars’ potentially deadly ignition switches for years, GM chief Mary Barra apologized and said the automaker had a “civic responsibility” to make things right. Thirteen deaths have been linked to the problems, and GM eventually issued mass recalls this year. Barra said GM has acknowledged the problem, launched an exhaustive review to determine what and who is responsible, and pledged top-to-bottom changes in shifting from a “cost culture” to a focus on safety and quality. “Today’s GM will do the right thing,” she told a House investigations panel in Washington.

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