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Board of GM’s Cruise reviewing regulatory response, technology

Published Nov 03, 2023 04:38PM ET
© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A self-driving GM Bolt EV is seen during a media event where Cruise, GM’s autonomous car unit, showed off its self-driving cars in San Francisco, California, U.S. November 28, 2017. REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage/File Photo
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By Joseph White
DETROIT (Reuters) – The board of Cruise, the robo-taxi company controlled by General Motors (NYSE: ), has hired an outside law firm and technology consultants in the aftermath of an accident that led it to suspend all driverless vehicle operations, Cruise said Friday.
Cruise’s board has hired law firm Quinn Emanuel to review Cruise management’s responses to regulators investigating the Oct. 2 accident, and technology consultancy Exponent (NASDAQ: ) to review Cruise’s technology. The Cruise board’s actions were first reported Friday by the New York Times.
GM, in a statement Friday, said “we fully support the actions that Cruise leadership is taking to ensure that it is putting safety first and building trust and credibility with government partners, regulators, and the broader community. Our commitment to Cruise with the goal of commercialization remains steadfast.”



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