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Feinberg: Mary Barra has made it very clear GM will pay whatever it takes

GM Compensation Fund Administrator Kenneth Feinberg on the fund set up to cover claims tied to faulty ignition switches.

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  1. Could the compensation fund bankrupt GM?

    GM Ignition Compensation Program Administrator Kenneth Feinberg on the process for the GM compensation fund.

  2. Feinberg on how GM crash victims will be paid

    GM Ignition Compensation Program Administrator Kenneth Feinberg on the details of the compensation fund.

  3. Crash victim’s brother: I hope GM can step up and take responsibility

    Michael Perez on his 18-year-old sister Emma’s death in a GM car crash.

  4. GM hoping its bankruptcy will protect it from recall lawsuits?

    ‘The Car Coach’ Lauren Fix and attorney Bob Hilliard on the latest on the GM recall scandal.

  5. GM meets with families suing over the recalls

    Attorney Bob Hilliard on meeting with Kenneth Feinberg to discuss the claims against GM.

  6. GM seeks U.S. court protection against ignition lawsuits

    General Motors Co filed a motion in a U.S. court to enforce a bar on lawsuits stemming from ignition defects in cars sold before its 2009 bankruptcy as it fights pro...

  7. GM Could Also Benefit from Victims Fund

    If General Motors Co creates a fund to compensate victims of its faulty ignition switches, an option that a top legal adviser suggested it is exploring, the company ...

  8. GM ‘lawyers up’

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino, Bruce Turkel of Turkel Brands and James Frischling of NewOak Capital discuss the latest on GM’s ignition-switch recall.

  9. GM Begins Repair Process in Ignition-Switch Recall

    General Motors (NYSE:GM) is set to begin repairing the defective ignition switches that spurred a recall of 2.6 million vehicles, marking an important step toward ca...

  10. A stock-picker’s environment?

    Mendon Capital Advisors president Anton Schutz and Raymond James chief investment strategist Jeff Saut discuss the state of the markets.

  11. GM files 200,000 pages of documents about recall to safety agency

    General Motors Co said it has submitted most of the answers that U.S. safety regulators sought from the automaker about a defective ignition switch linked to at leas...

  12. GM Hires Jeff Eller As Crisis Manager: WSJ

    General Motors Co. has hired an outside crisis manager, Jeff Eller, to deal with the company's response over its ignition switch recall, The Wall Street Journal repo...

  1. FCC to propose strong net neutrality rules

    Claman on Call: FBN’s Liz Claman with an after-hours web exclusive on the markets, net neutrality and this past weekend’s deadline for victims of crashes linked to GM’s faulty ignition switch to file claims.

  2. Ken Feinberg: GM has been very cooperative

    GM Ignition Claims Administrator Ken Feinberg on the process for filing claims for GM’s compensation fund.

  3. Kenneth Feinberg : GM recall deaths are going to rise

    GM Compensation Fund Administrator Kenneth Feinberg on GM recall compensation claims.

  4. Feinberg: We are not adversarial, trying to get money to eligible claimants

    GM Victim Compensation Administrator Kenneth Feinberg on the automaker’s compensation fund.

  5. Feinberg: Can’t decide what a life is worth

    GM Victim Compensation Administrator Kenneth Feinberg on the automaker’s compensation fund.

  6. What’s the Deal, Neil: Former P&G CEO has perfect background to run VA?

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the VA scandal and Kenneth Feinberg ’s interview on the GM compensation fund.

  7. Feinberg: Compensation program will help GM move on

    GM Ignition Compensation Fund director Kenneth Feinberg breaks down details of the GM victim compensation program.

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