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  • Has GM made any cars recently that don't have to be recalled?

    Has GM made any cars recently that don't have to be recalled?
    It’s odd, and I’m old, but I don’t ever recall seeing so many carmaker recalls. Or, put another way: Has General Motors built any cars recently that don’t need to be recalled? On Tuesday, the new poster boy for bad...
  • Asia to overtake North America as biggest center of personal wealth, study shows

    Asia to overtake North America as biggest center of personal wealth, study shows
    North America, now the world's biggest market for personal wealth, will be overtaken in 2018 by an Asia-Pacific region that is producing an increasing number of millionaires, according to a study by Boston Consulting Group. In the firm's annual review...
  • Johnny Clegg is back with stories — and a stripped-down sound

    In the midst of a sold-out stop on the most extensive North American tour of his career, South African musician Johnny Clegg is reminiscing about his first national tour of his native country more than three decades ago. That was back in the bad old...
  • Toyota to uproot from California, move to 'macho' Texas

    Toyota to uproot from California, move to 'macho' Texas
    Toyota Motor Corp. says it will move 3,000 jobs from Torrance, Calif., to new North American headquarters in Plano, Texas, over the next three years. The move, announced Monday, will affect 2,000 workers in Toyota's U.S. sales and marketing arm and 1,...
  • Toyota to move 3,000 jobs from Southern California to Texas

    Toyota to move 3,000 jobs from Southern California to Texas
    Toyota Motor Corp. said it will move 3,000 jobs from Torrance to new North American headquarters in Plano, Texas, over the next three years. The move will affect 2,000 workers in Toyota's U.S. sales and marketing arm and 1,000 positions in its financial...
  • MipTV: Banijay Taps Former Endemol Exec David Goldberg To Launch Banijay Studios North America

    Banijay Group has tapped former Endemol North America boss David Goldberg to launch the L.A.-based Banijay Studios North America and develop original content across multiple genres. Serving as CEO of Banijay North America and as Banijay Group prexy,...
  • Endemol Alum David Goldberg to Launch Banijay Studios North America

    Former Endemol North America chief David Goldberg has teamed with French media conglom Banijay to launch a Los Angeles-based shingle focusing on projects for the U.S. market. Banijay Studios North America aims to produce content for numerous platforms in...
  • Jeb Bush's immigration gaffe

    In calling Jeb Bush's comments about illegal immigration a gaffe in my headline, I'm using the term in the way Michael Kinsley famously defined it. A gaffe, he said, is not when a politician tells a lie but when he tells the truth. It may be that the...
  • Massive recall expenses slash General Motors' first-quarter profit

    Massive recall expenses slash General Motors' first-quarter profit
    Heavy spending to repair more than 6 million vehicles in the first quarter triggered an 88% plunge in General Motors Co. earnings for the period, compared to a year earlier. The nation’s largest automaker said it earned just $108 million, or 8...
  • Dinosaur discovered by Field expedition rivaled T. rex

    Dinosaur discovered by Field expedition rivaled T. rex
    Field Museum scientists have discovered a new "top predator" dinosaur in North America, a significant precursor to Tyrannosaurus rex and an important part of an emerging fossil record for the continent, the museum announced early Friday.  The 4-ton, 30-...
  • Coca-Cola Co. splits its North America business in two

    Coca-Cola Co. splits its North America business in two
    Coca-Cola Co. has announced that it will split its North America business into two units as it aims to return to a traditional franchising model. The Atlanta-based beverage giant also announced changes in its top leadership. The company said...