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General Motors’ internal probe of its delay in recalling vehicles with defective ignition switches linked to at least 13 deaths said senior managers were not to blame. According to a source, who is familiar with the contents of the report, the automaker’s report also concludes that there was no concerted cover-up of the faulty parts, instead pointing to cultural failings at the company. The findings, first reported by the Wall Street Journal, are expected to be made public later on Thursday.

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