The Car Coach Lauren Fix on the fallout from the Takata airbag crisis.
Rep. Lee Terry, (R-NE), on the growing Takata airbag recall scandal.
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Business reporter Tracey Chang breaks down Asian market moves.
Head of Jeep Brand Exterior Design Mark Allen and WSJ Automotive Reporter Jeff Bennett discuss the Jeep brands new designs and worldwide sales.
‘The Car Czar Show’ Host Doug Brauner explains Honda’s legal issues after it withheld reports of death and injuries.
FBN’s Rich Edson on the Takata airbag recall hearing.
Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety President Jackie Gillan and Wall Street Journal Automotive Report Jeff Bennett on Takata’s airbag hearing and who should be blamed for the faulty parts.
Mount Lucas Management President and CIO Tim Rudderow and Wilsey Asset Management President Brent Wilsey discuss how to invest in today’s market to keep up with record highs.
Takata airbag recall expands nationwide
FBN’s Liz MacDonald on NHTSA calling for a national recall of cars equipped with Takata airbags.
Keystone XL Pipeline defeated in the Senate by one vote
Electronic Privacy Information Center’s Khaliah Barnes discusses whether or not the automakers ’ pledge of privacy is true.
Automotive journalist Brenda Priddy on the fleet of American vintage cars used in Cuba.
American Action Forum President Douglas Holtz-Eakin, Moody’s Chief Economist John Lonski, Bay Ridge Financial Group founder Shane Siederman on the impact of oil prices and Russia on the U.S. markets and economy.
Consumer Reports’ Mark Rechtin on a survey of the most disliked cars and SUVs.
Todd Haselton of TechnoBuffalo breaks down advantages to Volvo’s new car features.
Claman on Call: FBN’s Liz Claman with an after-hours web exclusive on the markets, Mazda expanding its recall of Takata airbags, Columbia Sportswear’s success so far this holiday season, the Black Friday disconnect and expectations for the November jobs report.
FBN’s Liz MacDonald breaks down the latest on Takata’s defective airbag recall.
Gas station drops prices under two dollars