Hyundai Motor America and Kia America say they have reached a settlement to resolve a class-action lawsuit prompted by a surge in vehicle thefts. The companies say the settlement could be valued at $200 million and covers about 9 million 2011-2022 model year Hyundai and Kia vehicles in the U.S. The cars are not equipped with push-button ignitions and immobilizing anti-theft devices. That has allowed thieves to easily steal them using just a screwdriver and a USB cord, creating a recent rash of auto thefts across the country. The total settlement amount will depend on how many customers participate.

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American Airlines and JetBlue must give up their partnership in the northeast U.S. That's what a federal judge in Boston ruled on Friday. The Justice Department and several states sued to break up the airline alliance. Judge Leo Sorokin accepted the government's argument that the deal reduces competition. The ruling is good news for the Biden administration, which has used aggressive enforcement of antitrust laws to limit mergers and other arrangements between large corporations.

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