TOKYO (AP) — Japanese authorities have identified the causes of fuel leaks and other problems with Boeing's 787 but are still investigating the more serious battery problem that forced an emergency landing in January and the worldwide grounding of the jets.
The New York Times' John Broder responds to criticism from Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk about his review of a test drive of Tesla's Model S electric car that said the car's fuel range suffered in cold weather.
Ford's Chief Operating Officer Mark Fields said he's comfortable that the company is following proper Environmental Protection Agency procedures to determine fuel economy ratings, the Detroit Free Press reports.
Ford Motor Co. is set to report sales of more than 6,000 hybrid vehicles and utilities in January, expecting the performance will drive a record year for the company's electric vehicles, Bloomberg reports.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chairman Allison Macfarlane said the NRC can't consider a public hearing on the San Onofre nuclear plant until June, when an appeal period of an Atomic Safety and Licensing Board ruling ends.