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Three Former Takata Execs Indicted, Company Fined Over Airbag Scandal

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Three Former Takata Execs Indicted, Company Fined Over Airbag ScandalWatch VideoThree former executives from Takata have been indicted for their alleged role in the company's massive faulty airbag recall. 

Federal prosecutors say those executives tampered with safety inspection data to conceal known defects in their airbags. The problem would sometimes cause the airbag to explode and shower...
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News video: Takata execs charged, company paying $1 billion fine

Takata execs charged, company paying $1 billion fine 02:56

Takata has agreed to pay a $1 billion fine, as three executives are charged in connection with the air bag investigation.

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