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.

Now It's the Prius' Brakes

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

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