On the CBS MoneyWatch, recalls of Toyota SUVs and surprising filler that may be in your grated parmesan cheese.

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On the CBS MoneyWatch, a recall of Toyota SUVs and a surprising filler that may be in your grated parmesan cheese. Jill Wagner is at the New York Stock Exchange with that and more. Good morning, Jill.

JILL WAGNER: Good morning, Anne-Marie. Toyota is recalling more than a million small SUVs in the United States because the seatbelts could fail in a crash. The recall involves RAV4s from 2006 to 2012, and the RAV4 electric model from 2012 to 2014. Toyota says it`s possible that the seatbelts could be damaged by a metal seat frame during a crash.

It is now a three-day rally on Wall Street as the jump in oil prices sends stocks higher. The Dow jumped two hundred and fifty-seven points. The S&P gained thirty-one. The NASDAQ finished ninety-eight points higher.

Nike has cut its ties with boxer Manny Pacquiao after Pacquiao made disparaging remarks about gays. He said in a television interview, gays are worse than animals. Nike says those comments were abhorrent and that it strongly opposes discrimination of any kind.

There is a new president at the ABC television network. Channing Dungey is the first African-American president of a major TV network. She had been vice president of drama development, overseeing the development of ABC`s entertainment, drama pilots, movies and news series. She replaces Paul Lee who is out after a five-year run.

And that parmesan cheese you`re eating might include wood pulp. The FDA is cracking down on companies that use cheap fillers like wood pulp. Some companies that promise one hundred percent real parmesan cheese have been adding cellulose. It`s a food additive made from wood pulp. Cellulose, which is tasteless is often added to food to give it texture. Yuck. Anne- Marie.

ANNE-MARIE GREEN: Yeah. You know, if I need extra fiber, I`ll eat some broccoli or something like that.

JILL WAGNER: Yeah. No, thank you.

ANNE-MARIE GREEN: More traditional.

Jill Wagner at the New York Stock Exchange. Thank you very much, Jill.

Still to come, secret lottery winners step forward. A Florida couple claims a record Powerball jackpot after keeping their windfall a secret from their even their own children.

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JAMES CORDEN (The Late Late Show): What happened in a recent campaign event.

HILLARY CLINTON (The Late Late Show): Represent inmates--excuse me.-- representing-- thank you, Hazel (ph).

JAMES CORDEN: Thank you, Hazel. She is clearly not very well. But we have more footage of her at another event. And I`m sorry to say her cough has actually taken a turn for the worse.

ANNE-MARIE GREEN: Very funny.

Well, this morning, Facebook has a new mantra: Be the nerd. The motivational message is posted throughout the company`s headquarters. It`s CEO Mark Zuckerberg`s reply to a woman who told him that she wanted her granddaughter to date the nerd in school. Instead, Zuckerberg encouraged the girl to be the nerd and create her own successes in life.

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