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Judge Approves GM's $900 Million Settlement on Ignition Charges

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Thursday, 17 Sep 2015 04:26 PM

A U.S. judge on Thursday signed off on General Motors Co's agreement to pay the U.S. Justice Department $900 million to settle criminal charges related to the company's concealment of a lethal defect in its vehicle ignition switches.

U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan said she would approve the Detroit-based automaker's deferred prosecution agreement, which resolved the criminal probe into a defect that has been linked to 124 deaths.


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A U.S. judge on Thursday signed off on General Motors Co's agreement to pay the U.S. Justice Department $900 million to settle criminal charges related to the company's concealment of a lethal defect in its vehicle ignition switches.U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan said...
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