Toyota Recalls 1.7 Million Vehicles in North America Because of Airbag Issues
Business

Toyota Recalls 1.7 Million Vehicles in North America Because of Airbag Issues

The issue is due to deterioration of ammonium nitrate in Takata airbag inflators, and the recall will affect a number of models including 4Runner, Corolla, Matrix and Lexus.
Democrats Hedge on Trump Impeachment after Inflammatory Remarks
Politics

Democrats Hedge on Trump Impeachment after Inflammatory Remarks

Democrats continue to distance themselves from inflammatory comments about Trump’s impeachment made by freshman congresswoman Rashida Tlaib
Trump Calls Bob Woodward's Latest Book a Joke
Politics

Trump Calls Bob Woodward's Latest Book a Joke

President Trump has hit back at veteran writer Bob Woodward criticizing his highly anticipated book called “Fear.” Trump sent a tweet on Monday morning blasting Woodward and called the book a “joke.”
Elon Musk Opens Up About the Most Difficult Year of His Career
Technology

Elon Musk Opens Up About the Most Difficult Year of His Career

Elon Musk is having a hard time managing Tesla and his recent declaration on Twitter caused a fuzz.
Samsung Expects Record Profits but Misses Analyst Expectations
Business

Samsung Expects Record Profits but Misses Analyst Expectations

Samsung Electronics forecasts record profits for the final three months of 2017. However, the profit estimates are relatively lower compared to analyst expectations.
Intel CEO Sold $24 Million in Company Stock After Google Reported Chip Vulnerability
Technology

Intel CEO Sold $24 Million in Company Stock After Google Reported Chip Vulnerability

Intel’s CEO, Brian Krzanich, sold $24 million worth of company stocks a few months after Google informed the company of security vulnerabilities in the company’s flagship PC processor.

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