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February 25, 2014
05:43 EDTHMC, TM, HYMLFHydrogen cars to take on electric models beginning this spring, WSJ reports
Pressured by regulators, a number of auto makers are preparing to roll out emissions-free cars powered by hydrogen fuel cells, reports the Wall Street Journal. Three car makers will lease a small number of new vehicles in California and in a few countries in Europe by the end of 2015. Hyundai Motor (HYMLF) is expected to be ready this spring, followed next year by Toyota Motor (TM) and Honda Motor (HMC). Reference Link
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December 17, 2014
06:52 EDTHMCHonda tests on Takata airbags show 'shortcomings' in quality, Reuters says
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December 16, 2014
18:45 EDTHMCHonda to add additional $168M to FY14 expenses from airbag recall, Nikkei says
Honda (HMC) is expected to add more than $168M to its current FY14 expenses due to recalls of vehicles installed with faulty air bags made by Takata (TKTDY), Nikkei says. Reference Link
13:14 EDTHMCHonda to recall about 570,000 cars in China due to Takata air bags, Reuters says
Honda (HMC) and its joint ventures in China plan to recall 569,769 cars due to potentially defective air bags manufactured by Takata (TKTDY), Reuters says. Reference Link
December 15, 2014
13:16 EDTTM, HMCUAW head looking for wage hikes in new contract, Automotive News says
Veteran auto workers should get a wage increase in a new contract, while the compensation of newly hired employees should move closer to that of longer serving workers, UAW President Dennis Williams said today, according to Automotive News. Williams said he is not considering launching a strike when the auto workers' contact ends in September, the website added. Publicly traded companies in the space include Fiat S.p.A. (FIATY), Ford (F), General Motors (GM), Honda (HMC), Nissan (NSANY), Toyota (TM) and Volkswagen (VLKAY).Reference Link
06:55 EDTHMC, TMTakata tightening restrictions on suppliers, Reuters reports
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December 11, 2014
15:56 EDTHMCAutomaker lending arms probed by NYDFS, NY Post reports
The New York Department of Financial Services has subpoenaed the financing arms of Ford (F), Honda (HMC), Hyundai, Nissan (NSANY) and Volkswagen (VLKAY), as well as Banco Santander (SAN) and TD Bank (TD), said the New York Post, citing a source familiar with the investigation. Reference Link
06:30 EDTTMNissan recalling 1520,000 cars globally using Takata air bags, Reuters reports
Nissan (NSANY) is recalling 152,000 vehicles around the world that use Takata's (TKTDY) passenger site air bags, Reuters reports. The cars are being recalled after an "unusual deployment" of a Takata air bag in Japan, which also led to recalls by Toyota (TM). Reference Link
December 8, 2014
18:31 EDTHMCHonda to expand air bag recall worldwide, Nikkei reports
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11:10 EDTHMC, TMVolkswagen sees challenging developments continuing for rest of year
Volkswagen (VLKAY) said, “The challenging developments on markets worldwide – above all in Eastern Europe and South America – will continue for the remainder of this year. The Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand handled these challenges successfully during the course of the year, but was not entirely immune to their impact.” Other publicly traded companies in the passenger automotive space include Fiat Chrysler (FCAU), Ford (F), General Motors (GM), Honda (HMC), Nissan (NSANY), and Toyota (TM).
December 5, 2014
10:00 EDTHMCOn The Fly: Analyst Downgrade Summary
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07:09 EDTHMCHonda downgraded to Neutral from Outperform at Credit Suisse
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07:02 EDTHMCHonda set to recall 135,000 vehicles in Japan, Reuters reports
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December 4, 2014
06:51 EDTTMToyota to recall more vehicles to fix air bags, Reuters reports
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December 3, 2014
14:04 EDTHMCAutoliv to supply replacement airbag inflators used by Honda
Autoliv (ALV) will supply replacement airbag inflators to be used by Honda Motor Company (HMC) in support of the ongoing field action initiatives in the United States.The agreement is made in order to meet the expanded supply of inflators needed by Honda and is subject to definitive documentation. In order to be able to meet increased demand, Autoliv will build additional inflator capacity in its existing manufacturing facilities. Deliveries are estimated to commence after a period of about six months from today. “In the current difficult situation with a very high level of field actions and recalls in the market we are doing our utmost to support our customers. With quality as our first priority we are assessing the current and upcoming market needs in order to match our delivery capabilities in the best possible way,” said Jan Carlson, Chairman, President & CEO of Autoliv. Reference Link
11:15 EDTHMCHonda expands air bag recall to all 50 states, CNBC reports
Honda is expanding a recall of driver's side Takata-made air bags to all 50 states, reports CNBC. Honda's Executive VP for North America Rick Schosteck testified on Capitol Hill Wednesday, saying the expanded recall will continue to prioritize high-humidity areas. He also said the automaker is working with other air bag manufacturers to make sure it has enough parts. Reference Link
09:04 EDTTM, HMCHouse Energy & Commerce Committee to hold a hearing on Takata Airbags
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06:32 EDTTM, HMCTakata shows no sign of complying with U.S. deadline, NY Times says
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05:47 EDTTMToyota Australia to reduce workforce to 1,300 from 3,900
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