Business News: Millions of Vehicles Recalled for Airbag Problems

(CNN)- Automakers are recalling millions of vehicles over an exploding airbag danger.  The casing around the airbag's inflator can rupture, possibly resulting in injury.  The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says Honda, Nissan, Toyota, Mazda, Chrysler, Ford, and BMW are recalling vehicles with the faulty airbags.  The airbags were made by the Japanese company Takata.  The recall follows a NHTSA investigation into six reports of airbag explosions in Florida and Puerto Rico.


(CBS)- One hotel in Florida has more than meets the eye.  The Fort Walton Beach Holiday Inn that opened in May is a beach resort, but the roof belongs to the Air Force.  Under the painted beach ball is a radar installation where a few members of the military work.  The military partnered with Holiday Inn to save money.  


(CBS)- Coffee fans today is the day.  Customers at Starbucks may get a jolt when they see the prices at the drive-thru.  Customers have to shell out 5 to 20 cents more depending on size and the type of coffee.  Also the bagged coffee Starbucks sells in supermarkets will go up next month about a buck.  Coffee bean prices have sky-rocketed recently, but the Seattle chain says many factors contributed to the price hike.



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