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JUN 26, 2015 - Zacks Investment Research

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JUN 26, 2015 - Huffington Post

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Sorry Not Sorry: Why CEOs Need To Apologize More

Takata chairman and CEO Shigehisa Takada bowing deeply in remorse at a press conference Thursday. (AP Photo/Shuji Kajiyama) Women may say sorry too much, as The New York Times recently noted, but there’s another group of people who suffer from the opposite problem. They are called CEOs, and they have a hard time apologizing. On Thursday, the chief executive of ...

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JUN 25, 2015 - TheStreet

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Why Auto Recalls Are at Record Highs, and What That Means for Consumers

NEW YORK (TheStreet) — Automakers have been recalling vehicles in recent years at a pace race-car drivers would envy, fixing everything from potentially exploding airbags to engines that can cut out dangerously in the middle of heavy traffic. What's going wrong, and how worried should consumers be? "A recall means your car has a problem that can be dangerous," says ...

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JUN 25, 2015 - Business Insider

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Toyota, Nissan expand air bag recalls after latest U.S. action

TOKYO (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp and Nissan Motor Co said on Thursday they would expand a recall previously issued in North America to the rest of the world to replace potentially deadly passenger-side air bag inflators made by Takata Corp .Toyota said it would recall another 2.86 million vehicles across 24 models produced between April 2003 and December 2008, ...

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JUN 24, 2015 - MarketWatch

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Japan stocks give back after record close; Sony up, Fanuc down

Japanese stocks eased back in early Thursday trading, with some apparent profit-taking a day after the market saw its highest close since 1996. With a weak session on Wall Street and a flat yen (dollar at ¥123.88, about where it was Wednesday), the Nikkei Average [JP:NIK] retreated 0.3%, and the Topix lost 0.4%, though both benchmarks were off their early ...

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