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After getting hit with a $1.2 million fine for its mishandling of safety issues in 2009 and 2010, Toyota is taking proactive measures to its latest recalls. Photo by Michael Brunk/Flickr Toyota announced a recall of 6.4 million vehicles globally,...
A new innovation from Land Rover will, quite literally, let you see through tough obstacles on your course. The British manufacturer plans to unveil the technology it calls a “Transparent Hood” at the 2014 New York Auto Show, which...
Hewlett Packard’s bribing schemes to secure and retain public contracts will cost the company more than $108 million. Photo by Flickr user user wlodi Hewlett-Packard will pay more than $108 million in a settlement agreement after the Securities and...
Factory in Greater Dhaka, Bangladesh, in 2013. Photo by Nicole See On the afternoon of April 23, 2013, workers at the Rana Plaza offices of BRAC Bank were concerned about recent cracks that had appeared in the walls of the building. Their manager...
P-TECH principal Rashid Ferrod Davis says offering his students free college tuition is a “game changer.” Photo by Mike Fritz / PBS NewsHour BROOKLYN, N.Y. — A new six-year Brooklyn high school has been called the future of...
The Missouri Senate has approved a bill that would lift the lifetime ban on food stamps for convicted drug felons. Photo by Flickr user Eddie Welker Nine states ban food stamp benefits for people convicted of felony drug offenses, but one of those,...