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Reporter, The New York Times. Past: Bloomberg News. Looking at the business of the public sector.

Danielle Ivory's Biography

Danielle Ivory is a reporter for The New York Times. She previously was a reporter for Bloomberg News, the Huffington Post Investigative Fund and a senior fellow at Bill Moyers Journal. She has also worked as a production assistant with Weekend Edition Sunday on National Public Radio, and as a reporter for The Nation, one of Thailand's national English-language newspapers. Ivory was a finalist for the 2013 Online News ...

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What was your first job as a journalist?

My first job (not at a student paper) was for The Nation, which is an English-language newspaper in Thailand. I was there for a summer.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

I took a mandatory typing class in 6th grade and we used typewriters. I think it was the last year that the middle school used typewriters.

Who's your favorite fictional journalist?

Henry Hackett from The Paper. That's one of my favorite movies of all time.

Faulty Vehicles Recalled Abroad, But Not Always in U.S.: Review Raises Safety Concerns

theledger.com — Toyota discovered a braking defect, Honda a power steering flaw and Nissan a problem that could lead drivers to lose control of their cars. Ford found that wires in some cars could melt, General Motors that some air bags might fail to deploy, and Chrysler that some of its Jeeps could burst into flames.

Recalls of Cars Abroad Prompt No Urgency in U.S.

nytimes.com — Toyota discovered a braking defect, Honda a power steering flaw and Nissan a problem that could lead drivers to lose control of their cars. Ford found that wires in some cars could melt, General Motors that some airbags might fail to deploy, and Chrysler that some of its Jeeps could burst into flames.

Mazda Expands Recall of Takata Airbags

nytimes.com — After a push from federal safety regulators, Mazda has expanded nationwide a recall of potentially defective airbags made by the Japanese supplier Takata. The automaker on Thursday announced that it would broaden a recall of cars with Takata-made driver's-side airbags to cover 330,000 vehicles.

Virginia Sues Trinity Industries Over Potentially Risky Guardrail

nytimes.com — Virginia is suing the guardrail maker Trinity Industries, saying that it sold the state thousands of pieces of potentially dangerous, improperly tested and unapproved products. The suit makes Virginia the first governmental entity to participate in several whistle-blower suits against Trinity, which is based in Dallas.

Takata Resists Midnight Deadline to Expand Airbag Recall

nytimes.com — Facing a midnight deadline to expand a recall of defective airbags, Takata, the Japanese auto supplier, continued on Tuesday to resist the demand by United States regulators. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the company an ultimatum last week, to expand the recall beyond the small geographic region it currently covers or face further legal action and potential penalties.

Agency issues ultimatum on nationwide airbag recall

hamptonroads.com — In a continuing standoff over the recall of defective airbags, federal safety regulators have demanded that Takata, the Japanese supplier of automotive parts, expand the recall nationwide beyond the limited geographic area it currently covers.

Regulator Delivers Ultimatum on Recalls to Airbag Maker Takata

nytimes.com — In a continuing standoff over the scope of a recall of defective airbags, federal safety regulators have demanded that Takata, the Japanese supplier of automotive parts, expand the recall nationwide beyond a limited geographic area.

Obama Nominates Mark Rosekind, a Fatigue Specialist, to Head N.H.T.S.A.

nytimes.com — In the face of a series of safety crises, President Obama moved Wednesday to fill a longstanding vacancy at the primary automotive-safety agency. The nomination of Mark R. Rosekind, who has a background as a specialist on human fatigue, came almost a year after the resignation of David L.

Deadline extended for GM accident claims

buffalonews.com — The families of people killed or injured in crashes involving General Motors cars that had a deadly ignition switch defect will have an extra month to submit claims for payment under GM's victim compensation program.Kenneth Feinberg, who administers the compensation fund, has decide... - The Buffalo News

Deadline Extended for G.M. Accident Claims

nytimes.com — The families of people killed or injured in crashes involving General Motors cars that had a deadly ignition switch defect will have an extra month to submit claims for payment under G.M.'s victim compensation program. Kenneth R. Feinberg, who administers the compensation fund, has decided to extend the deadline to Jan.
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Dec 19, 2014

After another public warning from regulators, Chrysler recalls 3.3 million more cars w/ Takata airbags nytimes.com/2014/12/20/bus… @HirokoTabuchi

Dec 19, 2014

Three automakers, Honda, Mazda & now Ford, have agreed to issue national recalls on driver's-side Takata airbags nytimes.com/2014/12/19/bus…

Dec 19, 2014

RT @EricLiptonNYT: Louisiana AG brings in $294 million in settlements in just 3 yrs--trial lawyers taking their cut. Here's the $$ list nytimes.com/interactive/20…

Dec 19, 2014

A fascinating story about the lucrative relationships between trial lawyers and attorneys general. By @EricLiptonNYT: nytimes.com/2014/12/19/us/…

Dec 18, 2014

The fabulous @RachelAbramsNY & @jbsgreenberg are on @BW's "Jealousy List" for reporting on the debt-relief industry businessweek.com/features/2014-…

Dec 18, 2014

After pressure from federal safety regulators, Ford expands its Takata recall nationwide. nytimes.com/aponline/2014/…

Dec 18, 2014

Questions raised about whether Trinity is testing a different version of the guardrails on the road nytimes.com/2014/12/17/bus… @akesslerdc

Dec 17, 2014

The 1st Rikers Island correction officer tried for civil rights abuses in more than a decade was found guilty today. nytimes.com/2014/12/18/nyr…

Dec 17, 2014

RT @lenagroeger: New @sisiwei project! Check out which news sites are blocked in China, in real time. projects.propublica.org/firewall/

Dec 17, 2014

ICYMI, the Senate has confirmed Mark Rosekind as the new head of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration tinyurl.com/mjlddb3



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