Tuesday Apr 15
Senators ask Delphi to answer questions about recalled GM ignition switches
Four senators asked Delphi CEO Rodney O'Neal on Tuesday to answer detailed questions about the auto supplier's production of ignition switches that are at the heart of the recall of 2.6 million cars linked to 13 deaths.
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Fri Apr 11, 2014
The Smoking Gun Memo In The GM Recall Crisis
The decision to change a part, but not the part number, is central to the ignition recall crisis that has swept General Motors .
Ignition switch replacement parts arriving at GM dealerships
Clarence Ditlow, executive director of the Center for Auto Safety, displays a GM ignition switch similar to those linked to 13 deaths and dozens of crashes of General Motors small cars like the Chevy Cobalt, during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington on April 1. The first ignition switch replacement parts began arriving at dealerships ... (more)
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Delphi to Provide Thought Leadership and Industry Insights at 2014 SAE World Congress
As this year's Tier One strategic partner, Delphi experts and engineers will participate in five panels, three 'chat with expert' sessions, present 38 technical papers and display technology from the company's safe, green and connected portfolio at booth No.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
EasyCargo Receives Technology Award from Delphi
Amber Road , a leading provider of global trade management solutions, announced today that EasyCargo Co.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Delphi to Discuss Q1 Financial Results on April 24
The call will be hosted by Delphi's Chief Executive Officer and President, Rodney O'Neal, and Chief Financial Officer, Kevin Clark.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
New GM ignitions slowly trickle in; some dealers out of loaners
Fewer than 2 percent of ignition switches needed to fix 2.59 million recalled General Motors Co.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
GM ignition recall may haunt Delphi
A faulty part in as many as 1.6 million vehicles could ignite legal and financial calamity for Delphi Automotive p.l.c. if it is held responsible for the actions of its bankrupt predecessor.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
House Probe: NHTSA Failed to Investigate GM Problems
Government regulators twice declined to open investigations into defective ignition switches used by General Motors , congressional investigators said in a memo released ahead of testimony from CEO Mary Barra.
Dems want to know why GM approved faulty ignition switches
House Democrats want General Motors Co. CEO Mary Barra to explain why the automaker approved production of a ignition switch in hundreds of thousands of now-recalled cars that in February 2002 repeatedly failed to meet GM's specifications.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Ghosts of GM past still haunt automaker
However many times General Motors Co. CEO Mary Barra says the automaker's customers 'are our compass' in the expanding ignition-switch recall mess, the mounting evidence suggests the buying public was anything but a priority over a decade of denial, dysfunction and at least a dozen deaths.
Sun Mar 23, 2014
Crain's Detroit Business
GM ignition recall may haunt Delphi
A photo of a Chevrolet Cobalt taken by an engineering firm hired by the lawyer for the family of a woman who died in a 2010 crash.
Scrutiny on GM, NHTSA over ignition switches continues to grow
GM made Delphi go bankrupt long before it went bankrupt, and as amazing as it is GM split Delphi from itself since it could not afford to make parts that cheap and stay in business way back - And FORD copied the flawed idea: The we do not make cars, we only assemble them transition was completed by GM in 1994: General Motors forms Automotive ... (more)