- A judge wants Toyota (TM) employees to be held responsible for the car-maker misleading consumers about the sudden acceleration in its cars in the late 2000s, which has been linked to the death of five people and led to a massive recall.
- District Judge William Pauley expressed the hope as he approved a $1.2B penalty that the company has agreed to pay for its wrongdoing.
- However, U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara said that while he wasn't "foreclosing anything," he believed that the settlement is the "final resolution" of the case.
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