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Ask the CEO: Mary Barra


Ask the CEO: Mary Barra

Coming this fall: Ask the CEO, a new Consumer Reports magazine column that gives you a direct line to the world’s top brass . . . starting with the head of America’s largest car company.

Since Mary Barra took over as General Motors chief in January 2014—the first female CEO of a major global auto manufacturer—she’s been in the hot seat: So far this year, GM has recalled 29 million cars and trucks.

Now, you have a chance to ask about what’s going on at GM. Send us your questions on topics such as quality and safety standards, the future of the company, the ignition switch recall—or how Barra plans to get things right.

We’ll send questions on to Barra and print answers as an exclusive Q&A in an upcoming issue of Consumer Reports magazine and on ConsumerReports.org.

Send your questions by July 11 to AskTheCEO@cr.consumer.org or submit one via our Facebook page.


Recent articles about latest GM recalls:

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With new recall, GM has recalled about 15 times more vehicles than it has sold

GM releases ignition recall report, fires staff, and commits to safety

Actions General Motors should take to clean up its mess

GM under fire for car ignition safety

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