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Looks can kill: Deadly results of flawed designs

From automobiles to software, poorly designed products just might kill you.... Read more»

The bailout: By the actual numbers

While Democrats paint a glowing picture of the bailout, this Bailout Tracker database tells the whole story. A look at the biggest losses and gains stemming from the TARP and Fannie, Freddie bailout. ... Read more»1

Chrysler recalls 87,000 Jeeps

Chrysler has some bad news for people who bought a Jeep in 2010: the car you've been driving around town for the past two years might randomly catch on fire. ... Read more»

Smart v. Stupid

The lingering Bush hangover

A new analysis by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities lays the blame for our current fiscal woes squarely at the feet of the Bush administration. It also offers clear cut solutions.... Read more»2

The return of Detroit?

Detroit is an easy target for anyone looking to skewer the city as some kind of Motown-meets-Mogadishu. The story is, of course, an old one. So it was encouraging to hear the news out of "The D" this week.... Read more»

Can Toyota Digg its way out of recall crisis?

Toyota's U.S. boss is laying himself out before Digg's 40 million rowdy users, any of whom have a chance to ask him — in no uncertain terms and in a most public forum — WTF?... Read more»

Cars

Fordzilla vs. Japan: U.S. automaker stomping all over Toyota

Take that, Japan. I'm referring to this week's two most fascinating pieces of global economic news: Ford's profits rebirth and the recall disaster at Toyota (and, to a much lesser extent, Honda, which also announced a recall this week). ... Read more»