Procter & Gamble has recalled two versions of Pringles chips because of concerns about potential Salmonella exposure.
Nature's Variety has expanded its recall of chicken-flavored pet food because of concerns over salmonella.
Automaker plans webcast to try to undercut suggestions that its electronics systems caused sudden acceleration problems that led to recall of over 8 million vehicles.
New ads for troubled automaker are skipping the apologies and easing back into sales pitches -- but some say it’s too soon.
Automaker pledged to improve quality controls in meeting with Japanese premier as it launches campaign to repair its tarnished reputation.
House committee questioning how rigorously Toyota tested for sudden acceleration in its vehicles and is asking automaker for more records on the safety issues.
U.S. Chemical Safety Board issued guidelines designed to prevent workplace explosions after investigating over 60 deaths from industrial blasts in past 20 years.
Wide range of processed foods -- including soups, snack foods, dips and dressings -- is being recalled after salmonella was discovered in hydrolyzed vegetable protein.
Automaker's president urged employees to work toward new start and win back customer trust following safety lapses that have battered world's biggest carmaker.
Blinds and shades are some of the deadliest products subject to recalls, yet the government has failed to require manufacturers to design safer window coverings.
Ethex generic drug unit has pleaded guilty to two criminal charges that it failed to promptly inform regulators about dangerous manufacturing problems.
After three congressional hearings, lawmakers and safety officials will decide if auto industry needs new regulations to ensure Toyota’s safety recalls aren't repeated.
Three Shanghai dairy executives were sentenced to jail after their milk products were tainted with an industrial chemical at the center of China's milk safety scandal.
Japanese automaker is recalling about 540,000 pickup trucks, sport utility vehicles and minivans worldwide to fix problems with brake pedals and fuel gauges.
Toyota faces more questions during third congressional hearing on whether automaker and federal safety regulators acted swiftly enough in recalling 8.5 million vehicles.
With investigations into Toyota recalls, a picture is emerging that shows auto industry's technology is racing ahead of quality-control testing and regulators.
Rhode Island health officials say Wholesome Spice has recalled 25-pound boxes of crushed red pepper because of a suspected link to a salmonella outbreak.
Trade group says manufacturers of high-tech medical scanners will begin installing safety controls to prevent patients from receiving excessive radiation.
Automaker's chief executive met with Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood on Thursday and pledged 'to advance safety to the next level.'
Japanese carmakers Suzuki, Nissan and Daihatsu have recalled hundreds of thousands of vehicles in Japan over separate defects, the Transport Ministry said Thursday.
Automaker asked owners of over 355,000 of its popular minivans to take them to dealers in a few months to replace crash sensors that help to control air bags.
Automaker’s problems deepen as it faces criminal investigations, several probes by government agencies and a wave of death and injury lawsuits.
For New York owners, Toyota has agreed to offer pick-up and return of recalled vehicles, free rental cars during repairs and reimbursement for transportation costs.
GlaxoSmithKline said Senate report criticizing its handling of heart risks with its diabetes drug Avandia 'mischaracterizes and distorts' the company's record.