May 11 (Reuters) – More than 100 former General Motors Co (GM.N) executives have sued the U.S. automaker seeking millions of dollars in lost pension benefits.

The retired executives, in a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Detroit on Monday, allege that GM’s pension plan administrator incorrectly rejected their claims for a higher payout. They want to recover benefits they feel they are entitled to, plus interest and legal fees.

Read the full Reuters story, “Ex-GM execs sue for lost pension benefits.”