Key Safety, Takata aim to reach deal by end of March, source saysFri, 24, Feb 2017
In pursuit of Takata, Key Safety roarsMon, 20, Feb 2017
China buys auto suppliers as Takata deal loomsThu, 16, Feb 2017
Key Safety Systems chosen as favored buyer of Takata, report saysFri, 03, Feb 2017
Takata's remaining two bidders to seek court-led turnaround in Japan, report saysWed, 18, Jan 2017
Takata restructuring delayed as bidders assess business, report saysThu, 15, Dec 2016
Takata's selection of a bidder is running behind schedule as the shortlisted companies embark on a more thorough review of the airbag maker behind the biggest auto safety recall, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg.
Takata shares slump after influential day trader tweets he sold sharesWed, 30, Nov 2016
Takata, finalizing a buyer after spurring record auto industry recalls, fell in Tokyo trading after a Japanese day trader told his more than 103,000 Twitter followers he sold shares in the airbag maker.
Takata said to narrow buyer bids to Autoliv, Key Safety SystemsTue, 22, Nov 2016
Takata has narrowed a list of bidders to Autoliv and Key Safety Systems for a final round of negotiations, moving the airbag maker a step closer to securing a buyer to steer it through biggest safety recall crisis in automotive history.
KKR said to drop from bidding for TakataWed, 02, Nov 2016
Key Safety eyes Japan auto expansion in wake of Takata's crisisTue, 04, Oct 2016
Key Safety Systems, the airbag maker said to be among the bidders for Takata, is considering a further push into Japan after winning new business from the nation’s automakers in the wake of Takata’s record recalls.
Takata's search for a savior could drag into next yearMon, 26, Sep 2016
The plan to sell beleaguered Takata to a rescuer, slated by year-end, is likely to extend into next year as some bidders want to drag the airbag maker through bankruptcy to wipe out most of its debt, people with knowledge of the matter said.
Takata receives 5 bids with Autoliv, Daicel among suitors, report saysWed, 21, Sep 2016
Takata has received five bids from potential suitors including fellow suppliers Autoliv and Daicel and buyout firm KKR as the troubled company faces mounting liabilities related to its record recalls, Bloomberg reported.