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NHTSA would get stop-sale power under U.S. bill

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration would be able to order automakers to cease the sale of vehicles with dangerous safety defects under the Obama administration's multiyear surface transportation funding bill sent to congress today.  » READ

Toyota CEO feared losing job over recalls; instead gained sense of purpose

In a rare moment of public reflection, Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda marked the company’s unintended-acceleration crisis as the turning point in his career, even as he fretted about being fired.  » READ

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