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Johnson Controls pays $14.4 million to end SEC bribery probe

Johnson Controls agreed to pay $14.4 million to settle U.S. regulatory charges that its workers bribed Chinese shipbuilders and shipyards, including some owned by the Chinese government, to win business and enrich themselves. ... Read More »

NHTSA seeks answers on fatal Tesla Autopilot crash

The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration sent Tesla Motors a detailed list of questions regarding its Autopilot feature and a May 7 fatal crash in Florida in which the system was in use. ... Read More »

Funeral Home Settles FTC Charges it Violated Funeral Rule

A Montgomery, Alabama, funeral home has agreed to settle FTC charges that it violated the Funeral Rule. The Rule requires funeral providers to give consumers pricing and other important information when discussing funeral arrangements. The FTC conducts annual...

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Statement of FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez Following the European Commission’s Approval of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework

Federal Trade Commission Chairwoman Edith Ramirez issued the enclosed statement following the European Commission’s approval of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework in Brussels, Belgium today. “I welcome the European Commission’s approval of the EU-U.S....

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Most small crossover headlights are deficient, IIHS says

Despite an influx of new headlight technologies in recent years, most small crossovers do a lousy job of illuminating the road ahead, according to a new set of evaluations released today by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. ... Read More »

Chevrolet highlights good Samaritan

Chevrolet India highlighted the kind act of a good Samaritan in this week's top campaign. ... Read More »

Tesla probed by SEC over disclosure of fatal crash, report says

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GM, Lyft expand Express Drive program, tout partnership

General Motors and ride-hailing company Lyft Inc. said on Monday they would expand their short-term rental program to California and Colorado, building on an effort that GM President Dan Ammann said has "dramatically exceeded expectations." ... Read More »

FCA’s U.S. communications chief Ranieri returns to Italy

Gualberto Ranieri, the senior vice president for communications for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' subsidiary, FCA US, has returned to Italy, exactly seven years after arriving to work for the former Fiat S.p.A. in the US. ... Read More »

Warner Bros. Settles FTC Charges It Failed to Adequately Disclose It Paid Online Influencers to Post Gameplay Videos

Influencers Were Paid Thousands of Dollars to Promote ‘Shadow of Mordor’ Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, Inc. has settled Federal Trade Commission charges that it deceived consumers during a marketing campaign for the video game Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor,...

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