More recalls of air bags made by Takata were announced, after the Japanese manufacturer boosted the number of vehicles affected.» Read More
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When secret tests a decade ago showed its airbags could crack and explode, the company tried to erase evidence, say ex-employees.
Tesla stock has a clear path toward $400 per share, James Albertine of Stifel Nicolaus says.
GM said in a court filing that it should not have to face lawsuits based on safety issues in cars made before its 2009 bankruptcy.
Takata whose potentially defective air bags have been linked to four deaths in the United States, is likely to warn of a bigger full-year loss.
Tesla posted earnings of 2 cents a share on revenue of $932 million. Analysts had expected a loss of 1 cent per share.
Experian Automotive found the average length of initial ownership was seven years and nine months.
Audi is recalling nearly 102,000 luxury cars because the front air bags may not inflate in a crash.
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Toyota Motor reported an 11.3 percent rise in second-quarter profit on Wednesday, buoyed by a weak yen and strong sales in the United States.
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Ford is recalling more than 202,000 vehicles in North America to fix gas leaks, air bag sensors, stalling and other issues.
German luxury carmaker BMW said its third-quarter operating profit rose 17 percent, ahead of forecasts.
The lofty valuations of some Silicon Valley start-ups have raised eyebrows, including ride-sharing service Uber in particular.
According to the EPA and the Justice Department, Kia and Hyundai misrepresented the emissions levels of several cars.
Critics of geographic recalls say they are irresponsible and ignore many realities of the marketplace, including the mobility of drivers.
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