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  • Volkswagen diesel-emissions-scandal bill to total $14.7 billion

    June 28, 2016—We told you that consumers who were affected by Volkswagen’s cheating on emissions tests were expected to receive the choice between selling their vehicle back to Volkswagen or receiving paid-for repairs. That has come to pass, and now we have details.

  • Tesla opens ‘gallery’ in Nordstrom store

    June 16, 2016—Want a car to go with those new shoes? Tesla Motors, which doesn’t use typical dealerships to sell its vehicles, is testing a marketing relationship with department-store chain Nordstrom.

  • Apple updates software, expands functionality

    June 13, 2016—Apple announced updates to all of its operating systems, all of which will be available for free in fall 2016 to consumers who use Apple devices. However, it announced no major changes.

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