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GM's 1st-quarter profit to take hit from recalls

This was supposed to be the year when GM made a record $10 billion in profit. But the company, rocked by a recall crisis, will be hard pressed to avoid posting a loss when first-quarter earnings are released on Thursday.  » READ

GM owners claim bankruptcy fraud to keep recall suits alive


Sen. Blumenthal wants to quiz former GM CEOs on recalls


Payout czar set to dive into GM legal mess


109,000 Mazda Tributes recalled for rust-related steering issue


NHTSA closes 4-year probe into Saturn Ion power steering problems


New system, but no quick fix for GM


GM recalls have had no 'measurable impact' on sales, Ammann says


'Slow to act' GM rankled NHTSA, e-mail shows


U.S. dealers grapple with recall pain -- missing parts, overtime, lost sales


Continental named in GM recall suit


Mazda recalls 109,000 Tributes over potential control-arm separation


GM says recalled cars safe, but has not tested for knee-bump danger


GM doesn't have to order customers to park recalled cars, U.S. judge rules


GM exploring compensation fund for victims of defective cars, says Feinberg


GM ordered redesigned ignition switch from Delphi for Cadillac SRX


GM sets up new parts-ordering system for recall repairs


GM rejected better ignition part in 2001 to save money, safety advocates say


U.S. senators press Delphi for answers on recalled GM cars


Barra creates new GM engineering team to improve vehicle safety


GM asks U.S. judge to bar lawsuits for pre-bankruptcy recall claims


Despite risks, many recalled vehicles will remain unrepaired as drivers ignore notices


GM will update dealers Wednesday on recall parts status


Clues in GM crashes easy to miss


Despite high-profile recalls, GM hardly the worst offender


GM records show co-workers stymied in-house safety investigator


Where were Barra's PR, legal people?


Beware of knee-jerk reactions to GM's recalls


U.S. failed to investigate GM even as auto-defect data abounded


Automotive safety at any cost? Sounds good, but it's not true


GM engineer OK'd leaving part number unchanged, document shows


Dealers see parts trickle in for recall repairs


Deadly GM ignition switches started with 2003 Saturn Ion


Aisin Seiki is among suppliers involved in Toyota's recalls, report says


GM suspends 2 engineers amid ignition-switch investigation


Toyota, GM cases could usher in era of big recalls, increased scrutiny


GM settled with families over fatal 2004 crashes linked to ignition switches


GM raises recall charge to $1.3 billion, adds lock cylinder to part replacement


BMW recalls 156,137 vehicles to fix variable camshaft timing issue


Toyota recalls more than 6 million vehicles