Profits over people...you think this stuff is only in the movies like The Verdict or dramatized Erin Brockovich. But it remains a very real part of real life.
The New York Times takes a very deep dive into the massive Takata airbag recall, concluding, "shaving a few dollars off the price of a ubiquitous
auto part helped save an obscure Japanese company, and led to the auto industry's biggest recall."
Read the entire piece here.
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