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Statement of FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez on the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Agreement

Federal Trade Commission Chairwoman Edith Ramirez has issued the following statement regarding U.S. and European Commission officials reaching the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield agreement in Brussels, Belgium, today. “We are pleased that U.S. and European Commission...

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FTC Commissioner Ohlhausen Testifies Before Senate Judiciary Subcommittee Regarding Occupational Licensing and the State Action Doctrine

In testimony presented to a U.S. Senate Judiciary subcommittee, the Federal Trade Commission described its competition enforcement and advocacy work relating to state regulatory boards and licensing requirements for occupations, trades, and professions. Testifying...

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Takata panel to release review of manufacturing practices

Takata, the airbag maker responsible for the biggest auto safety recall in history, is poised to learn the results of a probe into its manufacturing practices by an outside panel set up one year ago. ... Read More »

Viral Marketing Company Starts 2016 With Big Expansion

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. — Vboost Inc., a viral marketing company for the automotive retail industry, today announced that the company has moved into new offices in Santa Ana, Calif. The expansion follows the addition of several new features to its viral...

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JD Power/LMC: Snow Storm Slows But Doesn’t Stop Car Sales in January

DETROIT — Despite the heavy snow that hit the East Coast in late January, an average of 36,499 new-vehicles are projected to have been sold each day — known as the daily selling rate (DSR) — at dealerships in January, a record daily pace for retail...

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Acura, Hyundai tease Super Bowl 50 spots

A telltale sign of Super Bowl season is when the first hints of game spots hit the Internet. ... Read More »

VW faces U.S. deadline for SUV emission repair plan

Volkswagen faces a Feb. 2 deadline to submit a repair plan for 80,000 diesel SUVs and larger cars that emit excess pollution, even as it considers buying back some vehicles and a prior fix plan for smaller vehicles was rejected. ... Read More »

Honda counting on sheep to stir interest in Ridgeline

Honda debuted the Super Bowl ad for its 2017 Ridgeline truck today, nearly two weeks before it will play in front of an audience expected to top 100 million people nationwide. ... Read More »

Tesla applies for dealership license in Michigan

Tesla Motors has applied for a Michigan dealership license, a move the automaker said is intended to test a state law effectively banning the electric-vehicle maker's direct-sales model. ... Read More »

BorgWarner shrugs off its Wall Street beating

BorgWarner is being punished by Wall Street. So far, though, CEO James Verrier isn't worried. The powertrain supplier has witnessed its share price plummet nearly 47 percent over 12 months. ... Read More »
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