Toyota Motor says it is recalling another 543,000 vehicles in the U.S. for defective front passenger air bag inflators made by Japan's Takata.
Hostess Brands on Tuesday issued a voluntary recall of its holiday white peppermint Hostess Twinkies.
Fiat Chrysler is recalling about 86,000 older-model SUVs and trucks in the U.S. to replace defective air bags.
Fiat Chrysler recalls an estimated 86,400 older-model SUVs and trucks in the U.S. due to airbag defects. CNBC's Sue Herera reports.
Walt Disney Parks and Resorts recalled about 15,000 Minnie and Mickey Mouse infant hoodie sweatshirts on Wednesday due to a choking hazard.
The automaker will recall nearly 650,000 Odyssey minivans in the U.S.
Japan's Takata could settle criminal charges with the U.S. Department of Justice before the Obama administration leaves office.
Yankee Candle is recalling around 31,000 of its "Luminous Collection" candles, saying a glass jar is a laceration hazard.
This shutdown of the phone appears to be Samsung's last effort to get all Note 7s back in its possession, The Verge reports.
Bloomberg reports the company is planning to unveil an all-screen phone with no home button.
The company says some hold 'ulterior motives' for objecting to the class action settlement.
Apple said Tuesday that the issue may extend beyond iPhones manufactured in September or October of 2015, USA Today reports.
Shares of Ford are falling on the company's recall of 680,000 cars. CNBC's Seema Mody reports.
The two electronics brands could lose some customers due to a shortage of products this holiday season.
The automaker warns seat belts in certain models may not function properly in the event of a crash.
The car manufacturer warns the sliding door could open while driving in model year 2011 to 2016 Toyota Sienna vehicles.
Toyota is currently developing a remedy for preventing the opening of a fuse, which could result in the Sienna's door opening while driving.
Kia says in government documents that water containing road salt can get into a braking control computer.
The recall covers products sent to supermarkets and food service accounts in the US and Canada.
Sabra Dipping Co. is recalling certain hummus products, due to concerns over possible Listeria contamination.