Toyota recalled 1.7 million vehicles because of defective fuel lines and highpressure fuel pumps. The recall includes cars manufactured over the past decade and renewed concerns about the extent of the company’s quality-control issues. Borders secured a $550 million loan commitment from GE Capital. The battered bookseller also raised the possibility of a bankruptcy filing. LinkedIn filed papers to go public but did not disclose how much it would seek to raise in the offering. It does not expect to turn a profit this year. Huawei, the Chinese telecom giant, sued in U.S. court to stop its former partner, Motorola, from selling its mobile telecom unit to Nokia — a deal it says would transfer trade secrets. GM sold more cars in China than in the United States, marking the first time its sales in a foreign market have outpaced those at homes. China sales rose 28.8 percent last year; U.S. sales, 6.3 percent. Morgan Stanley broker was investigated on insider-trading accusations. Kamal Ahmed, is first Wall Street banker publicly linked to a probe of Galleon Group hedge fund. Ahmed is suspected of relaying information to founder Raj Rajaratnam about a 2006 merger involving Advanced Micro Devices. Mozilla users could avoid having their actions tracked online with a do-nottrack feature the company plans to add to its Fire fox Web browser.