David Strickland

Auto industry forming consortium to fight hackers

10:01 pm U.S. ET | Oct. 21, 2014
Automakers are forming a consortium to deter hackers who might try to breach a vehicle's security system -- an effort that has gotten the blessing of federal regulators....
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U.S. safety laws poised for revamp

12:01 am U.S. ET | April 7, 2014
Capitol Hill's reaction to General Motors CEO Mary Barra's testimony last week sent a clear signal to Washington insiders: Congress is probably headed toward a round of reforms to U.S. laws and standards....
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Strickland: Musk has a point with 'recall' barb

5:49 pm U.S. ET | Jan. 21, 2014
Billionaire Elon Musk has a point in complaining about the word "recall" being used to describe fixes to Tesla Motors' Model S, said David Strickland, who left last week as the top U.S. auto-safety regulator....
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Outgoing NHTSA chief Strickland to join D.C. law firm

4:05 pm U.S. ET | Jan. 8, 2014
David Strickland, the outgoing administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, will join Venable LLP, a Washington corporate law firm, as a partner by the end of January, the firm said today....
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Strickland resigns as NHTSA boss

12:01 am U.S. ET | Dec. 16, 2013
The departure of David Strickland as head of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will leave his successor to oversee such high-profile tasks....
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Strickland stepping down as head of NHTSA

12:47 pm U.S. ET | Dec. 12, 2013
David Strickland, the administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, is leaving the agency. Strickland, 45, has been the United States' top auto safety regulator since early 2010. NHTSA's current second-in-command, David Friedman, a fuel economy expert who worked at the advocacy group Union of Concerned Scientists before joining the agency earlier this year, was named acting administrator....
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