Automaker is suing a supplier of steering assemblies, claiming it’s costing tens of millions of dollars to repair shaky steering columns in its vehicles.
Only a small percentage of buyers returned vehicles under a 60-day money back guarantee promotion and GM executives are calling them to find out why they weren’t satisfied.
Federal studies released Thursday cannot yet definitively link imported Chinese drywall to health problems or corrosion of pipes and wires that U.S. homeowners have been reporting.
Consumer Reports' 2009 car and truck reliability survey was dominated by Asian brands, but several Ford models were as dependable or better than the industry's best.
Out of 400 vehicles, just 15 have been returned in the four days since customers could begin doing so as part of General Motors’ heavily advertised money-back guarantee program.
U.S. health regulators have warned drugmaker that inspectors uncovered testing problems at the company’s plant in Berghamen, Germany, during a March visit.
General Motors Co. said rollout of its new 2010 Buick LaCrosse is being delayed for a few weeks as it works out unspecified 'quality issues.'
Generic drug developer said FDA backed up company's position that employees in West Virginia didn't ignore quality control procedures, though agency disputes Mylan's claim.
Volkswagen and Ford Motor Co. were top scorers among automakers that offer a full line of products in the U.S., according to results released Monday by Strategic Vision Inc.
Texas subsidiary of the company at the heart of this year's salmonella outbreak has filed for bankruptcy.
Environmental Protection Agency has found sulfur and other materials in Chinese-made drywall, which some blame for sickening fumes and corroding metal in homes in several states.
German court rejected an attempt by the world's leading seed seller to suspend government ban on genetically engineered corn, saying it may pose a risk to the environment.
Sulfur-emitting wallboard from China is wreaking havoc in homes, charring electrical wires, eating away at jewelry, silverware and other valuables, and possibly even sickening families.
British luxury carmaker surged to the top of J.D. Power and Associates' vehicle dependability study this year, tying Buick for the No. 1 spot and dethroning Lexus.
Independent watchdog group says the government has quietly scaled back enforcement of federal quality regulations at labs that develop medical devices.
Georgia peanut butter plant at the center of an investigation into a nationwide salmonella outbreak was the only one where samples weren't pulled last year to test for the bacteria.
Generic drugmaker has agreed to shut down several plants in New Jersey until they meet U.S. quality standards for the testing and manufacturing of pharmaceuticals.
Tire manufacturer and American Honda Motor Co. have announced a settlement of a nationwide class-action lawsuit brought by consumers over so-called 'run-flat' tires.
Airplane maker said Thursday it was delaying the delivery of 737 jetliners and planning to inspect some already in service to replace parts that lacked a required anticorrosion coating.
Analyst said Boeing must inspect about 350,000 fasteners on each of the 20-plus 787s under production and possibly replace fasteners incorrectly installed.
Generic drugmaker Caraco Pharmaceutical Laboratories Ltd. said it received a warning letter from the Food and Drug Administration over quality-control issues at its Detroit plant.
U.S. Navy says it will inspect all 636 Hornet fighter jets from Boeing after discovering "fatigue cracks" on more than a dozen aircraft deployed overseas.
Boston Scientific said the Food and Drug Administration has lifted some restrictions imposed more than two years due to quality control problems.
Responding to allegations of worker abuse, an organization of rabbis formed a task force to craft Jewish principles and ethical guidelines for the kosher food industry.