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VW diesel scandal exec could finish prison term in Germany, report says

Oliver Schmidt is expected to appear before a federal magistrate next week on his request to finish his seven-year prison sentence in his native Germany for his key role in VW's diesel emissions scandal, the Detroit News reported. ... Read More »

VW diesel scandal exec could finish prison term in Germany, report says

Oliver Schmidt is expected to appear before a federal magistrate next week on his request to finish his seven-year prison sentence in his native Germany for his key role in VW's diesel emissions scandal, the Detroit News reported. ... Read More »

Toyota says it no longer employs staff shown mocking Floyd death

The Japanese automaker would not provide details, but said in a statement that it takes allegations of workplace racism seriously and that the individuals no longer work at its factory in Indiana. ... Read More »

FCA to recall 1.2 million older vehicles over faulty airbag covers

The recall covers 2007-11 Dodge Nitro SUVs and 2008-10 Chrysler Town & Country and Dodge Grand Caravan minivans. ... Read More »

Subaru Crosstrek, with optional bigger engine, gets modest price bump

The Subaru Crosstrek, a top seller among subcompact crossovers, will start at $23,295 for 2021 as the segment attracts more entrants. ... Read More »

Subaru Crosstrek, with optional bigger engine, gets modest price bump

The Subaru Crosstrek, a top seller among subcompact crossovers, will start at $23,295 for 2021 as the segment attracts more entrants. ... Read More »

Industry veteran Chip Perry to helm A2Z Sync

Former AutoTrader and TrueCar chief Chip Perry has taken a new role to help dealerships transform to a single-point-of-contact model. ... Read More »

Rivian raises another $2.5B as EV output nears

Since last fall, Rivian has raised more than $5 billion. The electric automaker expects to launch the R1T electric pickup and R1S battery-powered SUV next year, probably in the first quarter. ... Read More »

FTC Order Stops the Marketer of “Thrive” Supplement from Making Baseless Claims It Can Treat, Prevent, or Reduce the Risks from COVID-19

The California-based marketer of a supplement called Thrive, which consists mainly of Vitamin C and herbal extracts, is barred from continuing to make baseless claims that it can treat, prevent, or reduce the risk of COVID-19, under an administrative settlement...

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FTC to Host Virtual Workshop July 13 on Proposed Changes to Safeguards Rule

WHAT:The Federal Trade Commission will host a virtual workshop to seek input on proposed changes to the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act’s Safeguards Rule, which requires financial institutions to develop, implement, and maintain a comprehensive information security...

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