By Ben Klayman DETROIT, June 5 (Reuters) - General Motors Co dismissed several high-ranking executives, including at least one vice president and two directors, for their roles in the still-unfolding drama over deadly ignition switches in older GM cars, people familiar with the matter told Reuters. Michael Robinson, vice president for environmental, sustainability and regulatory affairs; Gay Kent, general director of vehicle safety and crashworthiness; and M. Carmen Benavides, recently ...
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