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Hyundai Overstated Fuel-Economy Claims

November 3, 2012 |

Hyundai and Kia conceded they overstated the fuel economy of about 900,000 vehicles sold in the U.S. since late 2010 after an EPA investigation uncovered the discrepancy. The auto makers agreed to compensate buyers.
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Hyundai Overstated Fuel-Economy Claims

November 2, 2012 |

Hyundai and Kia conceded they overstated the fuel economy of about 900,000 vehicles sold in the U.S. since late 2010 after an EPA investigation uncovered the discrepancy. The auto makers agreed to compensate buyers.
WSJ.com: US Business

Economy Adds 171,000 Jobs

November 2, 2012 |

U.S. job growth accelerated but the unemployment rate ticked higher, signaling a steady but slow recovery.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

Fixing Greek Debt Still Elusive

November 2, 2012 |

European leaders next week again will wrestle with how to keep Greece from running out of cash, but they almost certainly won’t solve the bigger question of how to cut the growing pile of debt that is suffocating the country.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

The Pumps That Are Saving New York

November 2, 2012 |

Heavy-duty pumps will play a starring role in drying out basements, transportation tunnels and train stations in New York and surrounding areas hit by the superstorm Sandy.
WSJ.com: US Business

Japan Inc. Losses Mount Over Isle Spat

November 2, 2012 |

Some of Japan’s best-known companies are now counting the cost of Tokyo’s festering territorial row with Beijing, and there’s no sign of Chinese consumers ending their boycotting of Japanese goods any time soon.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

New Arrest in BBC Scandal

November 2, 2012 |

London police arrested another man as part of a child sex-abuse scandal involving the late BBC television host Jimmy Savile and other TV personalities from that time.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

China Tightens Grip Ahead of Meeting

November 1, 2012 |

China is marshaling its vast security apparatus ahead of a once-a-decade shuffle of party leaders, its first such transition in the era of social media, with half a billion Chinese swapping information online.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

Clegg Attacks Cameron Over EU

November 1, 2012 |

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said that Prime Minister David Cameron’s plan to wrestle back powers from the European Union was a false promise that could result in the U.K. leaving the bloc.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

Greek Austerity Pressure Rises

November 1, 2012 |

Greece’s parliament narrowly approved a law giving the government greater flexibility to privatize public utilities, but the fractious vote underscored a widening rift within the ruling coalition.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe