General Motors Corp. announced in a filing that the Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating the company's handling of retirement benefits and its relationship with bankrupt auto-parts manufacturer Delphi Corp.
According to GM, the investigation is specifically over its pension accounting and transactions with Delphi, a spin-off of GM, and whether GM understated debt or inflated income in its handling of the recovery of recall costs from suppliers.
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