On May 12, 2016, OSHA published the final version of new workplace injury reporting rules intended to “Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses.” Among other changes, the rules clarify the implicit requirement that an...
Among Mitsubishi Motors' failings, investigators cited a weak sense of the law, lack of unity among the rank-and-file with management, and a reluctance to acknowledge that ambitious mileage targets couldn’t be met.
VW’s oldest 2-liter diesels covered by the case — including Jetta, Golf and Beetle models dating back to 2009 — will emit more pollution than allowed under the emissions standards the company evaded. Meanwhile, New York...
A look back at a week Tesla might like to forget (Autopilot crash reports, disappointing delivery numbers, another top departure), plus news about a robotic glove, 3D printing developments and more in this first regular Friday feature.
Volkswagen will pay out $2.7 billion over the next three years, all earmarked to clean up some of the environmental damage its cheating diesels have unleashed. It won’t solve the problem, “but it should result in cleaner air.”
An Ohio man, a friend of innovation and the promise of technology, is dead after his Tesla Model S failed to recognize the side of a tractor trailer and drove beneath. The autonomous car debate reaches a curve.
CEO Shigehisa Takada reportedly said he will take responsibility in containing recalls, but some shareholders “don’t think he handled the issue well” and don’t think he “mean(t) it when saying he will resign.”