Joe White

Wall Street Journal

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Senior editor at the Wall Street Journal, he writes the Eyes on the Road column

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Kia and Hyundai have agreed to the largest penalty in the history of the Clean Air Act: $100 million for misrepresenting the fuel economy of 1.2 million cars.  The carmakers agreed to…

Historic Penalties against Korean Carmakers for Overstating Fuel Economy Claims

Kia and Hyundai have agreed to the largest penalty in the history of the Clean Air Act: $100 million for misrepresenting the fuel economy of 1.2 million cars.  The carmakers agreed to…

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Some proportion of American drivers think it's up to them to decide if they can text, tweet or talk on a cell phone while they're behind the wheel.  Now, after investigating numerous…

Should All Use of Cell Phones While Driving Be Banned?

Some proportion of American drivers think it's up to them to decide if they can text, tweet or talk on a cell phone while they're behind the wheel.  Now, after investigating numerous…

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