Chassix plans $50 million expansion in Czech RepublicFri, 17, Mar 2017
Timeline: A look at Opel from sewing machines to bicycles to cars to PSAMon, 06, Mar 2017
Key Safety, Takata aim to reach deal by end of March, source saysFri, 24, Feb 2017
Takata says it opposes court-led restructuringThu, 26, Jan 2017
Takata's remaining two bidders to seek court-led turnaround in Japan, report saysWed, 18, Jan 2017
GM asks top U.S. Supreme Court to reverse ignition switch rulingTue, 13, Dec 2016
General Motors has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn an appellate court's ruling that the automaker's 2009 bankruptcy does not shield it from lawsuits over a faulty ignition switch linked to at least 124 deaths and 275 injuries.
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.
Potential bidders for Takata may balk at GM bankruptcy precedentSun, 06, Nov 2016
As troubled Japanese auto supplier Takata prepares for a possible U.S. bankruptcy filing, potential bidders are poring over a recent U.S. court ruling that could expose a buyer to liability for the company's defective airbags, sources have told Reuters.
Takata aims to avoid bankruptcy to minimize disruptionsFri, 04, Nov 2016
Takata said it wants to avoid bankruptcy globally because a court-led restructuring could disrupt the supply of parts to automakers, the first public comments the embattled airbag supplier has made on an option being considered in the U.S.
Two finalists expected to be named in Takata bid processTue, 11, Oct 2016
Takata hires law firm Weil Gotshal with bankruptcy among options, report saysFri, 07, Oct 2016
Japanese auto supplier Takata, whose defective airbag inflators triggered the biggest recall in auto industry history, hired law firm Weil Gotshal & Manges to help it weigh options that could include bankruptcy or a sale, people with knowledge of the matter told Bloomberg.