Kate Linebaugh

Reporter, Wall Street Journal

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Reporter who covers the auto industry for the Wall Street Journal

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Toyota is considering yet another  recall . This time power steering is the problem in the Corolla, a top-selling subcompact.

Corolla's Turn to Be Recalled?

Toyota is considering yet another recall . This time power steering is the problem in the Corolla, a top-selling subcompact.

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Toyota is considering yet another  recall . This time power steering is the problem in the Corolla, a top-selling subcompact.

Corolla's Turn to Be Recalled?

Toyota is considering yet another recall . This time power steering is the problem in the Corolla, a top-selling subcompact.

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Toyota has recalled some 5.3 million vehicles but not the Prius, the hybrid symbolic of engineering excellence.

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