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  1. Takata pleads guilty, to pay $1 billion fine for concealing defective air bags


    DETROIT — Takata Corp. has agreed to plead guilty to a single criminal charge and will pay $1 billion in fines and restitution for concealing a deadly defect in its air bag inflators.

    Takata Corp. has agreed to plea guilty to a criminal charge connected with concealing a defect in its air bag inflators. This photo shows the company's North American headquarters in Michigan.
[Associated Press file photo]
  2. EPA accuses Fiat Chrysler of cheating on emissions


    WASHINGTON — The U.S. government accused Fiat Chrysler on Thursday of failing to disclose software in some of its pickups and SUVs with diesel engines that allows them to emit more pollution than allowed under the Clean Air Act.

     Jeep Grand Cherokees appear on display at a Fiat Chrysler dealership in Doral. The U.S. government alleged that Fiat Chrysler Automobiles failed to disclose that software in some of its pickups and SUVs with diesel engines allows them to emit more pollution than allowed under the Clean Air Act. [Associated Press]
  3. Volkswagen pleads guilty in emissions scandal; six employees indicted


    WASHINGTON —Six high-level Volkswagen employees from Germany were indicted in the U.S. on Wednesday in the VW emissions-cheating scandal, while the automaker itself agreed to plead guilty to criminal charges and pay $4.3 billion — by far the biggest fine ever levied by the government against an automaker. …

    A Volkswagen Touareg diesel is tested in the Environmental Protection Agency's cold temperature test facility in Ann Arbor, Mich., in 2015. Six high-level Volkswagen employees have been indicted by a grand jury in the company's diesel emissions cheating scandal, as the company admitted wrongdoing and agreed to pay a record $4.3 billion penalty.  [Associated Press]
  4. Chevy Bolt gets top car award as annual Detroit auto show revs up


    DETROIT — The Chevy Bolt has been named top car in North America, an important milestone for a car General Motors hopes will finally get Americans hooked on electric vehicles.

    An updated Lightning McQueen animated vehicle is unveiled during a news conference at the North American International Auto Show.
[Associated Press]
  5. Toyota is latest Trump target over Mexico production plans


    DETROIT — President-elect Donald Trump has trained his sights on Toyota in his latest effort to badger a company into building its products in the U.S. rather than Mexico.

    President-elect Donald Trump tweeted Thursday that Toyota plans to build a factory in Mexico to build the Corolla. He warned the company to build the plant in the U.S. or pay a big border tax.  [Times (2007)]