recalls

Biggest Recall in History of Automotive Industry: What Should Consumers Do?

“There is good news and bad news with the announcement of the Takata air bag recall: the good news, millions more Americans are covered for a fix to this serious problem, the bad news, it could take years to get safe parts manufactured and replaced in affected vehicles,” said Jack Gillis, CFA’s automotive expert...

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Lead-Tainted Children’s Sunglasses Recalled

September 6, 2014
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The Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection is alerting parents and children’s caregivers to a new recall of children’s sunglasses that have been deemed unsafe due to excessive levels of lead. Consumers should immediately take these sunglasses away from children and return them to the importer for a free replacement or refund, including free shipping...

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GM To Recall Another 7.6 Million Vehicles

June 30, 2014
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General Motors announced today it will another 7.6 million vehicles for for autos from 1997 to 2014 model years, most for ignition switch issues. “The latest recall in an almost daily drumbeat of GM announcements was so breathtaking in its scope that it briefly halted trading of the automaker’s shares. GM announced it will...

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Alli Being Recalled Because Of Possible Tampering

March 31, 2014
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Alli Being Recalled Because Of Possible Tampering

Alli, the popular weight lost drug, is being recalled by GlaxoSmithKline following  complaints of tampering from customers in seven states.  “A range of tablets and capsules of various shapes and colors were reported to be found inside bottles,” the company said. “Additionally, some bottles inside the outer carton were missing labels and had tamper-evident...

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