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VW executive says no recall plan approved yet; any fix could take year or more to carry out

6 hours ago

WASHINGTON (AP) — Volkswagen's top U.S. executive apologized Thursday as the emissions-rigging scandal engulfing the world's largest automaker deepened and members of Congress said the company had violated the public's trust. Calling his company's admission "deeply troubling," Horn said, "We have broken the trust of our customers, dealerships, and employees, as well as the public and regulators."

Bleisure Bits: A look at the pros and cons of bringing spouses on a business trip

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NEW YORK (AP) — Bringing your significant other on a business trip might sound like a no-brainer. The hotel room and rental car are already paid for. Your loved one can be a companion when you have downtime, as well as a trusted sounding board for ideas in between meetings. Here are some tips on the pros and cons of bringing spouses or partners on a business trip.

Fan: NFL gives too few Super Bowl tickets to public, violates New Jersey consumer law

6 hours ago

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A New Jersey man asked a federal appeals court Thursday to revive his consumer protection lawsuit that aims to flag the NFL over the number of tickets sold to the public for the Super Bowl last year. Finkelman complained that fans like him were left to pay $2,000 or more per ticket on the secondary market. His lawyer, Bruce Nagel, argued Thursday that New Jersey law requires anyone selling tickets to an event to release 95 percent of them to the public.

VW may compensate owners of diesels that cheat on pollution tests; says fix won't hurt mileage

6 hours ago

DETROIT (AP) — Volkswagen could compensate owners of diesel-powered cars that emit high levels of pollutants, possibly by paying them for the lost value of their vehicles, the company's top U.S. executive said Thursday. "There might be a slight impact on performance," Horn said to a subcommittee of the House Energy and Commerce Committee.

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