Company settles with feds over sale of emissions control defeat devices

Derive Systems agreed to pay $6.25 million to improve internal compliance procedures and pay a civil penalty of $300,000 to settle charges that it sold 363,000 aftermarket emissions control defeat devices for cars and trucks, the EPA and Department of Justice said.

Ford's Hinrichs: 'Very important' for Canada to be in reworked NAFTA

Ford's head of global operations said he's optimistic all three countries can reach an agreement, despite news late last week that talks between the U.S. and Canada had stalled.


Calif. heat, foul air set stage for Trump tailpipe debate

To test how Americans feel about its plan for rolling back car and truck pollution standards, the Trump administration is holding an initial public hearing on Monday in Fresno, Calif.

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