News Headlines - 19 July 2016

North Korea 'fires three ballistic missiles into sea' - BBC News

North Korea has fired three ballistic missiles into the sea off its east coast, say US and S Korean officials... It comes after the US and South Korea said they would deploy an anti-missile system to counter the North's threats.

Honda Audit Finds Takata Engineers Manipulated Air-Bag Test Data - Bloomberg

Takata Corp., the air-bag supplier behind the industry’s largest ever recall, routinely manipulated results of air-bag inflator tests reported to Honda Motor Co., according to an ongoing audit commissioned by the parts maker and its biggest customer.

Justice Department, SEC investigating Fiat Chrysler over allegations of false sales numbers - The Washington Post

Prosecutors from the Justice Department and the Securities and Exchange Commission have launched an investigation into Fiat Chrysler over complaints that the company has fudged quarterly sales tallies, a company spokesman confirmed.

Truck firms hit with record €3bn EU fine for price fixing - BBC News

Four truck manufacturers have been fined a record €2.93bn (£2.46bn) by the European Union (EU) for colluding on prices and passing on the costs of emissions-reducing technology.
The European Commission said Daimler, DAF, Iveco, MAN and Volvo/Renault colluded over 14 years to fix prices.

Pippa Middleton, Kate's sister, announces engagement - CNN.com

Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge's 32-year-old sister, announced Tuesday she is engaged to marry her boyfriend, James Matthews, a hedge fund manager.








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