A small group of holdouts are refusing to let go of their Galaxy Note 7 devices despite safety concerns.
DETROIT— Hyundai is recalling more than 84,000 cars in the U.S. because a wiring problem can cause the front passenger air bag to malfunction. In both cases, passengers could be hurt, but Hyundai says it has no reports of injuries. The recall is expected to start on Dec. 2.
Apple is already poised to be a big winner from Samsung's massive recall, according to a top analyst cited by 9to5Mac.
In a story Oct. 15 about a recall of defective tires made by GITI Tire and Continental Tire, The Associated Press reported erroneously that it affected about 265,000 vehicles. GITI Tire and Continental Tire have issued recalls affecting about 265,000 tires on vehicles. GITI Tire and Continental Tire have issued recalls affecting about 265,000 tires on a range...
Samsung's Note 7 woes will affect its overall branding more than its short-term profitability, says Shelley Jang, associate director at Fitch Ratings.
GITI Tire and Continental Tire have issued recalls affecting about 265,000 vehicles. GITI is recalling various sizes of its Primewell Valera Touring II, GT Radial Champiro Touring and Dextero Touring DTR1 tires because of a defect that causes cracks in the lower sidewall, causing air to leak out. Continental Tire is recalling certain Crosscontact LX20 tires...
The Transportation Department issued an emergency order on Friday banning Samsung's recalled Galaxy Note 7 device from air travel.
This updated recall involves all Galaxy Note7 devices received as replacements as part of the previous Galaxy Note7 recall on Sept. 15, 2016 and any Galaxy Note 7 with a green battery icon, regardless of date purchased or IMEI. They were sold at wireless carriers and electronic stores nationwide, including AT&T, Best Buy, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular, Verizon...
Honda is recalling its new 2016 Civics because the electric parking brake may work, according to USA Today.
SEOUL, South Korea— Samsung Electronics said Friday that discontinuing the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone, which is prone to overheat and catch fire, will cost it about $3 billion in the current and coming quarters, raising total costs from the recalls to at least $5.3 billion. The Note 7 discontinuation will cost in the mid-2 trillion won range during the...
*Offers up to a $100 total bill credit to U.S. consumers who exchange a Note 7 for any Samsung model. *Samsung says Europe recall far smaller, involves 50,000 users. SEOUL, Oct 13- Samsung Electronics on Thursday offered refunds or financial incentives for U.S. and South Korea customers who exchange Note 7 s for other products, as the tech giant scrambles to shore up its...
Samsung, which also makes kitchen appliances and television sets, is in the middle of juggling other safety problems, reports the NYT.
Samsung might have temporarily solved the problem with customers but not with phone carriers, says Hank Morris, adviser at Argentarius Group.
The very traits that helped define Samsung's brand— quality, performance leadership — are now in question, a strategy expert said.
Erich Joachimsthaler, Vivaldi Partners chief executive, and CNBC's Jon Fortt discuss the Samsung Note 7 crisis and damage control that ensues.
CNBC's Deirdre Bosa reports the latest news surrounding Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 crisis. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in on the future of Samsung.
How big is the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphone recall compared to all the others?
Samsung's Note 7 phones may have an new, separate issue from the one addressed by its original recall, according to Bloomberg.
Toni Sacconaghi, Sanford C. Bernstein Senior Tech Analyst, discuss the outlook for Samsung following the Galaxy Note 7 recall and whether the brand damage will boost the likes of Apple and Google.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on a statement from Elliot Management and its affiliates showing support for Samsung Electronics despite the issues with the Galaxy Note 7.