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Japanese firm to fight nuke plant negligence claim

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. will fight Southern California Edison's allegations of gross negligence in the design and manufacture of steam tubes built for the San Onofre nuclear power plant, which has been permanently shut down due to excessive wear in the tubes. Full story

Mitsubishi blamed in Calif. nuclear plant closure

Southern California Edison took an initial legal step Thursday to try to collect millions, or possibly billions, of dollars in damages from the company that built defective equipment that pushed the seaside San Onofre nuclear power plant into early retirement. Full story

Mitsubishi recalls over 3,000 SUVs in U.S. market for roof problem

DETROIT (Reuters) - Mitsubishi Motors Corp is recalling 3,181 Outlander Sport SUVs in the United States and Puerto Rico because the panoramic glass roof could detach. Full story

New regional jet duo squeezes Bombardier out

PARIS (Reuters) - Bombardier's shift upmarket showed signs of backfiring at the Paris Airshow this week, as its arch-rival in the small passenger jet category, Embraer, piled on orders for an upgraded plane and a new Japanese challenger vowed to win business. Full story

Renault says held Mitsubishi cooperation talks in past

PARIS (Reuters) - Renault <RENA.PA> on Friday said it had held limited talks with Mitsubishi Motors <7211.T> about potential cooperation which had not resulted in an agreement. Full story

Mitsubishi Motors weighs capital shift, dividends: sources

TOKYO (Reuters) - Mitsubishi Motors Corp <7211.T> is taking steps toward resuming dividend payments after nearly a decade-long turnaround bankrolled by other Mitsubishi group companies, according to people with direct knowledge of the plans. Full story

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  FOMC Minutes: Additional Accommodation Warranted?

The Fed is discussing maintaining forward guidance through September, reports CNBC's Steve Liesman. Chris Rupkey, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, provides perspective.

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