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U.S. Senate panel OKs auto industry whistleblower incentive

A measure that would offer financial incentives for auto industry employees to expose safety defects won unanimous backing from a US Senate panel today.  » READ
 

Automakers choose aerospace firm to run Takata airbag tests

 

U.S. orders Takata to preserve airbag inflators for federal probe

 

Is clock ticking on replacement inflators?

 

Year of the Recall wasn't all GM's fault

 

NHTSA to fine Takata $14K a day for failing to 'fully cooperate' in airbag probe

 

Daicel to build U.S. airbag inflator plant earlier than planned

 

GM names new top lawyer as embattled Millikin retires

 

U.S. judge says he could narrow GM's bankruptcy defense in recall cases

 

GM gets 75 more claims for compensation; 4 more death claims approved

 

Safety crisis fades off Congress' radar

 

GM recalling 81,000-plus vehicles over steering problem

 

Honda withdraws 2017 global sales target amid quality concerns

 

TRW seeks long-term business from Takata airbag customers

 

Cars recalled in U.S. reached 64 million in 2014, NHTSA says

 

Takata to double output of replacement inflators to 900,000 a month

 

GM extends top lawyer's stay as search for successor continues

 

GM gets 57 more claims for faulty ignition switch compensation

 

GM rarely weighs in on comp claims

 

The goal must be 100% recall notification, repair

 

More thoughts on auto safety

 

Jaguar Land Rover to recall more than 104,000 SUVs, cars for brake, lighting glitches

 

Takata widens loss forecast as airbag recall costs mount

 

Takata whistleblower willing to testify on deadly airbag flaws

 

GM recalls said to trim executive bonuses while sparing UAW

 

Deaths linked to defective GM switch expected to rise, fund official says

 

Death exposes recall-system flaws

 

Recall costs, tepid sales torpedo Honda profit

 

TRW recall shows the mess life-saving airbags have become

 

Toyota, Honda, Fiat Chrysler must do 'follow up' recalls of 2.12 million vehicles

 

GM ignition-switch victims accepting offers, Feinberg says

 

Honda crash death exposes weaknesses in recall system

 

Honda cuts profit target as Takata airbag recalls bite

 

Honda confirms crash death caused by ruptured Takata airbag

 

Toyota recalls 52,000 Avalons to fix potential wiring fire hazard

 

GM denies request by U.S. senators to extend ignition-switch claims deadline

 

Ford recalls 221,000 vehicles for door handle, seat belt problems

 

Nissan recalls 768,000 crossovers and SUVs for separate problems

 

GM’s confirmed ignition deaths hit 50 as claims deadline nears

 

Claims against GM over ignitions pass 2,800