For the second time in a year, Ford (F) admits it overstated the gas mileage on several of its vehicles. The company had advertised the great mileage these vehicles get, but now it's backtracking. It's offering money back -- from $125 to more than $1,000 in some cases -- to people who bought six 2013 and 2014 models, including the Fiesta and the Fusion hybrid.
The Spanish-language TV network Univision is reportedly seeking a buyer. The Wall Street Journal says Univision has met with Time Warner (TWX), CBS (CBS) and others about a deal that could be worth more than $20 billion.
Here on Wall Street on Thursday, the Dow Jones industrial average (^DJI) fell 109 points -- its first back-to-back loss in nearly a month -- the Nasdaq composite (^IXIC) dropped 34 and the Standard & Poor's 500 index (^GPSC) lost 13 points.
S&P statisticians note that historically Friday, June 13 has been a pretty lucky day for investors. The S&P index has moved higher 10 out of 12 times, dating all the way back to 1930.
Finally, the Supreme Court on Thursday handed a setback to Coca-Cola (KO). It unanimously ruled that Pom Wonderful could proceed with a false advertising claim against Coke's Minute Maid unit for advertising one of its juices as pomegranate "flavored," even though it contained less than 1 percent pomegranate.
-Produced by Drew Trachtenberg.