Automakers facing costly recalls and lawsuits stemming from Takata airbags are not victims of the Japanese auto supplier’s engineering blunders as much as they are co-conspirators in a push to boost profits at the expense of safety, according to a New York Times report. On Friday, the New York Times published a story investigating how the road to Takata’s deadly airbag crisis was forged nearly 20 years ago, and it’s a story that would not have been possible if it weren’t for auto industry executives who chose to ignore safety risks associated with the new, cheaper airbags being made by ... Read More
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