Pearce tells court pensions, benefits didn't come up in Battenberg meetings

November 2010
Crain's Detroit Business;11/1/2010, Vol. 26 Issue 45, p7
The article presents information on a court case involving former General Motors Co. (GM) and Delphi Corp. GM's vice chairman Harry Pearce recently testified that GM was demanding Delphi to pay its fair share in expenses from recalls of faulty parts provided by Delphi. Pearce said that J.T. Battenberg III of Delphi did not believe that Delphi was liable to pay the amount because those parts were supplied to GM while Delphi was a part of the automaker.


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