The top quality executive at General Motors Corp. says the auto maker’s marked improvement in an annual dependability study released today comes on the back of years of investment in technology, labor relations and vehicle-content engineering. Jamie Hresko, vice president-GM Global Quality, also says the closely watched study from consultant J.D. Power & Associates demonstrates to U.S. taxpayers the strength of GM’s long-term viability. “It changes perceptions. It should, anyway,” ...

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