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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 is a recipient of the 2014 Howard Scripps ...

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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.

Takata is said to have stopped safety audits as cost-saving move

business-standard.com — Read more about Takata is said to have stopped safety audits as cost-saving move on Business Standard. Company says it conducted regular reviews of product quality and safety and that the halted global audits referred to in the report relate only to worker safety, not product quality or safety

Takata Is Said to Have Stopped Safety Audits as Cost-Saving Move

nytimes.com — In the middle of what would become the largest automotive recall in American history, the Japanese airbag manufacturer Takata halted safety audits to save money, according to internal company emails cited in a report published on Monday by a Senate committee.

Federal Auditor Finds Broad Failures at N.H.T.S.A.

nytimes.com — Despite evidence pointing to dangerous defects in millions of vehicles, the nation's top auto regulator repeatedly failed to root out problems and hold carmakers accountable for them, according to a long-awaited internal audit by the Transportation Department.

$663 Million in Penalties for Maker of Guardrail

nytimes.com — A Texas federal judge handed down a $663 million judgment Tuesday against Trinity Industries, the guardrail maker accused of producing a faulty product that can jam and spear through vehicles.

Transparency Suffers as State Department Fails to Report

bloomberg.com — July 15 (Bloomberg) -- In her four years as the top U.S. diplomat, Hillary Clinton kept a running total of countries visited, miles traveled and hours spent in transit on the State Department website. Still untallied: The bill to taxpayers for her globe-trotting.

Takata Says It Will No Longer Make Side Inflater Linked to Airbag Defect

nytimes.com — As it prepared for a congressional hearing on Tuesday, the Japanese auto supplier Takata vowed on Monday to stop producing the driver-side inflaters that have been tied to a defect in its airbags. But the company said it would continue using an airbag propellant that experts said was dangerous.

GM inquiry Is said to find criminal fault

cnbc.com — G.M.'s aggressive expansion of its recalls after the disclosure contrasted to the approach of Toyota, which kept unsafe cars on the road despite signs of trouble, a decision that underpinned the criminal case against it. The case against Toyota was a warning shot to the automotive industry, which has been quicker to issue recalls ever since.

GM car defects constitute 'criminal wrongdoing'

business-standard.com — Read more about GM car defects constitute 'criminal wrongdoing' on Business Standard. The penalty from Preet Bharara's office would be the latest in a long line of expenses for GM, which has spent an estimated $3 billion on recalls and other safety issues in the last year

Inquiry into GM ignition defect said to find criminal wrongdoing

seattletimes.com — As investigation draws to a close, prosecutors are said to be negotiating a penalty that is likely to eclipse the $1.2 billion paid last year by Toyota. Justice Department investigators have identified criminal wrongdoing in General Motors' failure to disclose an ignition defect tied to at least 104 deaths and are negotiating what is expected to be a record penalty, according to people briefed on the inquiry.

Feds say they have identified criminal wrongdoing by GM

startribune.com — Justice Department investigators have identified criminal wrongdoing in General Motors' failure to disclose an ignition switch defect tied to at least 104 deaths, and are negotiating what is expected to be a record penalty, according to people briefed on the inquiry. A settlement could be reached as soon as this summer.
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Jun 29, 2015

RT @rcallimachi: I am taking questions from readers now at the following link regarding our story on a young American lured to ISIS: facebook.com/nytimes/posts/…

Jun 29, 2015

"We are never going to sell your data, except if we need to or sell the company." nyti.ms/1C0fdHT pic.twitter.com/5vvdPX8PxE

Jun 29, 2015

RT @pohsi: How ISIS sympathizers lured an American Sunday school teacher. My latest @nytvideo @nytimes nyti.ms/1HnCmpI pic.twitter.com/m0cLNEWprD

Jun 29, 2015

Fiat Chrysler telling owners of about five dozen Jeep Grand Cherokees and Dodge Durangos to immediately stop driving. nytimes.com/2015/06/29/bus…

Jun 26, 2015

"It would simply be an acknowledgment that the cause for which they fought, the cause of slavery, was wrong.” nytimes.com/2015/06/27/us/…

Jun 26, 2015

In the 1st court verdict of its kind, a NJ jury has found a group offering gay “conversion therapy” violated the law. nytimes.com/2015/06/26/nyr…

Jun 26, 2015

RT @nytvideo: The president sang spiritual at service for Clementa Pinckney, the slain South Carolina pastor nyti.ms/1fKnIMW pic.twitter.com/MkKyM3mc5o

Jun 26, 2015

When Mr. Arthur died of ALS, that October, Ohio refused to list Mr. Obergefell as his spouse on the death certificate nytimes.com/live/supreme-c…

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