Three advocacy groups and two parents who accidentally backed over their children are asking a court to force the U.S. Transportation Department to issue a long-delayed rule requiring rear-view cameras in new cars.
U.S. carmakers and engine manufacturers asked an appeals court to force the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to reconsider its October decision allowing the sale of gasoline with 15 percent ethanol.
Automakers are undermining the progress they’re making in expanding the market for electric cars and other zero-emission vehicles by petitioning against California’s mandates, a state regulator said today.
The U.K. Financial Conduct Authority has started an inquiry into how the so-called ISDAfix rate is set in British pounds, widening a price-manipulation probe into benchmark interest-rate swaps that began in the U.S.
Automakers are coming under increasing pressure to sell zero-emission vehicles to U.S. consumers who haven’t shown much interest in them, with more states following California’s lead in setting sales targets.
The U.S. Supreme Court left intact Environmental Protection Agency rules allowing higher concentrations of corn-based ethanol in gasoline, turning away appeals from the grocery, auto and oil industries.