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  • Newswire

    Japanese Authorities Release Ex-Toyota Exec Hamp  

    Prosecutors in Tokyo say Julie Hamp, who stepped down last week as chief communications officer of the world's No.1 automaker, was being released in light of the "social penalty" her resignation carried....More
  • Newswire

    Brazil Price-Fixing Probe Focuses on Takata, Autoliv  

    The antitrust investigation involves local units of Japan's Takata and rival Swedish-American supplier Autoliv over suspect collusion in Seatbelt, airbag and steering wheel pricing....More
  • Newswire

    IRS Prevails in $470 Million Tax Dispute With Ford  

    The U.S. Supreme Court left intact a lower-court ruling rejecting Ford's claim that its tax overpayments amounted to a loan to the IRS that should have accrued interest....More
  • Newswire

    UPDATE 3-U.S. weighs charges against GM over ignition switch recall -WSJ  

    * More than 100 deaths linked to faulty switches * GM likely hid information, made misleading statements -WSJ * U.S. hopes to reach settlement within months -WSJ (Adds Justice Department declines comment, adds background on faulty ignition switches, recalls, updates stock price)...More
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