Test reports

Are you in a business that provides test results of your product to your prospective customers?

“Takata Pleads Guilty in Air-Bag Case,” The Wall Street Journal, February 28, 2017 B3.  Pays $25 million criminal fine and $975 million in other penalties, having plead guilty to one (1) count of providing misleading test reports on its air bags.

Having “faulty” information is bad enough.  But transmitting it to others? Priceless.

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