- The Wall Street Journal•4 hours ago
South Korea’s transport ministry has ordered more than a dozen auto makers to recall hundreds of thousands of imported cars equipped with rupture-prone Takata air bags.
- Bloomberg•2 days ago
Takata Corp. and some of the world’s biggest carmakers face an extensive -- and expensive -- to-do list as they try to resolve the worst safety crisis in the auto industry’s history.
- Reuters•4 days ago
WASHINGTON/TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese air bag supplier Takata Corp said it failed to inform the U.S. auto safety agency of a 2003 rupture of one of its air bag inflators in Switzerland, according to an internal Takata report released by U.S. regulators on Friday. Takata also said in the report that its U.S. arm, not the parent company, was largely responsible for designing, testing and producing tens of millions of defective air bag inflators. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released a series of reports into Takata's defective air bag inflators, which have been linked to at least 14 deaths and more than 100 injuries and sparked the largest-ever auto recall.
Honda Motor Co., Ltd. (HMC)
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|52wk Range||24.03 - 33.87|
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