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John Oliver - GM total recall

John Oliver - GM total recall

(10:38) British comedian in America, John Oliver looks at GM's recall of 11.2 million rolling sarcophagi.

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Guest: BazzaToYou (1277 days ago)

Toyota (foreigner) gets fined $1.2 Billion

GM (American) gets fined $35Million

BP (foreigner) gets fined $4 Billion + $40 Billion compensation

Embridge (Canadian) gets fined $3.7 Million

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Toyota (foreigner) gets fined $1.2 Billion

GM (American) gets fined $35Million

BP (foreigner) gets fined $4 Billion + $40 Billion compensation

Embridge (Canadian) gets fined $3.7 Million

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cengland0 cengland0 (1277 days ago)

Regarding Toyota, I believe they agreed to settle for 1.2 billion and did not get fined anything and did not have any criminal prosecution. Could have been worse if they didn't settle.

Regarding BP, in that settlement they pled guilty to 14 counts of criminal activity.

GM delayed recalling vehicles and nobody has pled or been found guilty of any criminal activity.

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Regarding Toyota, I believe they agreed to settle for 1.2 billion and did not get fined anything and did not have any criminal prosecution. Could have been worse if they didn't settle.

Regarding BP, in that settlement they pled guilty to 14 counts of criminal activity.

GM delayed recalling vehicles and nobody has pled or been found guilty of any criminal activity.

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Guest: (1277 days ago)

Ahhh, so they had a huge investigation and found nobody guilty?? It was the computers fault, eh. Or nobody has been brought to account on purpose, perhaps.

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Ahhh, so they had a huge investigation and found nobody guilty?? It was the computers fault, eh. Or nobody has been brought to account on purpose, perhaps.

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cengland0 cengland0 (1277 days ago)
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They are still investigating. If someone is found to be criminally liable, they will be brought to justice. I find it amazing that they have been fined before the investigation was concluded.

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They are still investigating. If someone is found to be criminally liable, they will be brought to justice. I find it amazing that they have been fined before the investigation was concluded.

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Guest: Santa (1278 days ago)

None of this will be a problem for companies once they get the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership or “TTIP” for short, but in reality it’s more like a Christmas-list for big business.

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None of this will be a problem for companies once they get the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership or “TTIP” for short, but in reality it’s more like a Christmas-list for big business.

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Rilo Rilo (1278 days ago)

Once again too big to jail anyone. And its not even like the bankers who ruined people, they actually killed and maimed people in their product. Kill 13 people on a sidewalk because you were texting on your phone, and see if you get off with a fine.

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Once again too big to jail anyone. And its not even like the bankers who ruined people, they actually killed and maimed people in their product. Kill 13 people on a sidewalk because you were texting on your phone, and see if you get off with a fine.

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Guest: (1277 days ago)

If I pay the equivalent of one days revenue i can get off, I think that's the rule. Shame I don't work.

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If I pay the equivalent of one days revenue i can get off, I think that's the rule. Shame I don't work.

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