The industry has already recalled about 20 million vehicles domestically this year. Its new guideline: 'When in doubt, recall.'
The company had to pay Japanese corporate taxes for the first time since 2009, but it's not complaining.
It's 'the biggest win we've had in a decade,' Gov. Rick Perry says. 'We've got a few problems,' California Gov. Jerry Brown says.
The company had to cough up an extra $400 million to cover warranty costs on old models last quarter.
The company reports its first-quarter results, and weather, international sales and CEO succession will all likely be in focus.
Mark Fields got through a rough patch at the company to rise quickly through the ranks. He's about to become CEO.
The controversial effort provided billions in loans for makers of fuel-efficient vehicles. Then Fisker came along.
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Chrysler, Honda and Toyota all count the family shuttles among their top-selling vehicles, while Kia is giving its new model a big push.
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Six weeks later, most Americans have forgotten about the 2014 tax season -- except those who didn't file by the April 15 deadline.
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