Toyota recall of nearly 6.4 million vehicles includes almost 30 models mostly sold in North America, Europe, and Japan. The latest Toyota recall comes just weeks after the automaker paid a $1.2 billion fine for failing to disclose earlier safety problems in its cars.
American Airlines and US Airways announced changes in point redemption rates for frequent flyers Tuesday, shortly after Delta and United announced their own revamps. The American Airlines tweaks come as the travel industry at large tightens up restrictions on frequent flyer miles and other loyalty points.
GM is expected to announce that it will update its Chevy Volt plant, spending $450 million and adding 1,400 new jobs.
Chicken nugget recall involves 75,000 pounds of Tyson-brand chicken nuggets sold at Sam's Club stores and distributed for institutional use. Contamination with plastic was the cause of the chicken nugget recall, which has been linked to minor mouth injuries.
It's all about the numbers: If Tesla Motors intends to sell more of its electric cars, it'll need more batteries to power them. And while the company has ambitious plans for its own battery manufacturing plant, some of Tesla's backers aren't yet committed to the project.
The average gas mileage for American automobiles is getting better, but American car buyers still seem uninterested in trading in their pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles for compact cars.
Electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla Motors says it wants to sell its cars directly to customers in New Jersey, and is fighting a state law that effectively limits such sales between automakers and car buyers.
GM files documents to the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration related to a defective ignition switch linked to at least 13 deaths. GM filed some 200,000 pages of documents to the safety agency by a Thursday midnight deadline.