Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., voices her disappointment with General Motors CEO Mary Barra over the company's handling of an ignition switch recall on Chevy Cobalt cars.
Renee Trautwein, whose daughter was killed in a 2009 crash, found little comfort in a Monday meeting with GM's CEO Mary Barra.
Renee Trautwein, who lost her daughter Sarah in an accident involving a Chevrolet Cobalt, tells TODAY that the car’s airbags never deployed, a sign that the ignition may have switched off due to the faulty part at the center of GM’s recall.
GM is taking body blows from federal safety regulators and families of some of the 13 people whose deaths have been linked to ignition switches.
The two companies resume their long-running court battle over claims that Samsung copied the iPhone.