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    Sirius XM Hikes 2015 U.S. Revenue, Subscription Forecasts  

    The satellite-radio service says robust U.S. auto sales prompted it to raise its full-year subscriber forecast from 1.2 million to 1.4 million, and boost its revenue forecast from $4.5 million to $4.47 million....More
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    Ghosn: Nissan Eyeing Purchase of EV Batteries  

    The Nissan CEO tells The Wall Street Journal the automaker may follow alliance partner Renault's lead and purchase batteries for its electric cars, rather than build its own in a joint venture with NEC....More
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    Supplier Strike Ends, Spain's Seat Resumes Production  

    Volkswagen's Spanish subsidiary had shut down Wednesday because of a strike at Johnson Controls Eurosit that cut off supplies of seats....More
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    ARC Automotive Airbag Inflators Probed  

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's investigation follows two complaints about ARC airbag inflators received since December, and the agency says two known injuries are linked to the incidents....More
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    Honda Adds 4.5 Million Cars With Takata Airbags to Global Recall  

    The latest recall covers more Honda cars equipped with airbags made by supplier Takata with defects authorities blame for eight deaths, all in Honda vehicles....More
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    Internal Airbag Probe Stalling, Takata CEO Tells Shareholders  

    Chief Executive Shigehisa Takada says the supplier's internal probe into defective airbag inflators linked to at least eight deaths and dozens of injuries is "not progressing very well."...More
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    U.S. Says Revisions to Takata Recall Likely  

    NHTSA Administrator Mark Rosekind says the agency's estimate of 32 million defective inflators in U.S. cars will be adjusted to reflect double-counting of vehicles with two front airbags....More
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    Honda Expands Recall of U.S. Vehicles With Takata Airbags  

    The recall of 1.39 million Accord and Civic sedans raises to 2.3 million the total number of Honda cars recalled because of potentially defective front passenger-side airbags....More
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    Panasonic Strenghthens Battery-Making Ties With Tesla  

    The Japanese electronics giant will send hundreds of employees to Nevada this fall to ramp up production of lithium-ion batteries for electric-vehicle maker Tesla....More
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    UPDATE 2-Honda expands air bag recall after Takata complies with U.S. order  

    (Adds expanded recalls in United States, Canada) By Chang-Ran Kim TOKYO, May 28 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co called back about 690,000 cars in Japan and the United States to replace air bag inflators made by Takata Corp after the Tokyo-based parts supplier last week agreed to comply with U.S. orders to expand some of its previous recalls. Honda, Japan's third-biggest automaker, disclosed the recall in filings in Tokyo and Washington....More
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    Japan Auto Lobby Awaits Takata Report  

    Japan Automobile Manufacturers Assn. Chairman Fumihiko Ike, whose group is conducting one of several probes of Takata airbag defects, says he expects a report from any of several teams of investigators by year-end....More
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