Takeouts: Congress Says Toyota Misled Public, Results from Olympic Ice Dancing, Wal-Mart's Plan for Movies Online

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

  • TOYOTA: A congressional panel says Toyota consistently and wrongly dismissed the possibility that an electronic problem in some of its cars caused unintended acceleration. Kate Linebaugh covers the auto industry for the Wall Street Journal.
  • OLYMPICS: New York Times Olympics editor Jason Stallman assesses the last night's ice dancing competition and previews today's men's giant slalom ski race.
  • BUSINESS: New York Times finance reporter Louise Story tells us how Wal-Mart may start selling movies over the internet. It begins with the purchase of a Silicon Valley start-up called Vudu.

Guests:

Kate Linebaugh, Jason Stallman and Louise Story

Hosted by:

Todd Zwillich

Produced by:

Noel King

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