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Ford's Mulally made $22 million in 2014; Fields' pay rises 83%

Automotive Business Review - 27 mars 2015 - 16:45
Alan Mulally, who retired as Ford CEO in mid-2014, received compensation worth $22 million last year, the company said today in a regulatory filing. His successor, Mark Fields, earned $18.6 million.

GM board member Erroll Davis to retire

Automotive Business Review - 27 mars 2015 - 16:17
Erroll Davis, a member of General Motors boards before and since the automaker's 2009 bankruptcy, will retire in June.

Land Rover to consolidate advertising work with agency Spark44

Automotive Business Review - 27 mars 2015 - 13:00
Land Rover is shifting its global strategic and creative ad accounts to Spark44, the same agency that handles sister brand Jaguar. Spark44 is jointly owned by its management and Jaguar Land Rover.

Yes, millennials want to see a car dealer, Edmunds says

Automotive Business Review - 27 mars 2015 - 13:00
Millennials may love their phones, but they don't use them to make all of their car buying decisions, Edmunds.com says in a new report.

Peugeot and Mitsubishi halt Russia output

Financial Times - 27 mars 2015 - 12:37
Some car models will not be made for three months as 100 jobs are cut

Industrialist at Pirelli turns dealmaker

Financial Times - 27 mars 2015 - 12:25
Italian corporate scion guides tyremaker into Chinese ownership

Takata sued in Canada over airbag-related vehicle recalls

Automotive Business Review - 27 mars 2015 - 11:31
Takata, the Japanese supplier whose airbags have been linked to six fatalities globally, has been sued in Canada in three separate cases, it said in a statement today.

GM shield in doubt as judge mulls ending bar on ignition suits

Automotive Business Review - 27 mars 2015 - 11:19
A bankruptcy judge told GM six years ago it didn't have to worry about lawsuits over cars made before its $49.5 billion government bailout. Last month, the same judge said he wasn't so sure anymore.

Aston Martin claims Henrik Fisker's Thunderbolt is unauthorized copy

Automotive Business Review - 27 mars 2015 - 01:59
Aston Martin said Henrik Fisker's 'Thunderbolt' prototype for a $400,000 GT coupe is an unauthorized copy of its iconic sports cars featured in James Bond movies for 50 years.

Acura targets millennials in musical social campaign for ILX

Automotive Business Review - 26 mars 2015 - 22:29
Acura is appealing to the musical tastes of millennials in a new social media campaign that expresses the energy of the sporty ILX sedan through sound.

Tesla advances in effort to expand in Ga., fails to gain entry to W.Va.

Automotive Business Review - 26 mars 2015 - 21:30
A bill before Georgia's governor would let Tesla add to its stores there, while West Virginia has rejected a proposal that would have allowed Tesla to sell directly to consumers in the state.

Dodge monkeys around with CGI in new ads

Automotive Business Review - 26 mars 2015 - 21:06
Enforcing Dodge Law is serious business. So the brand turned to muscle car enthusiast Richard Rawlings of Discovery Channel's 'Fast N' Loud' to restore order in an ad campaign that launched this month.

U.S. auto sales poised for rare monthly decline

Automotive Business Review - 26 mars 2015 - 20:45
March could be just the sixth month since 2009 in which the U.S. auto industry posts a year-over-year sales decline, a sign the market is starting to flatten out after one of the longest stretches of growth ever.

Georgia trial renews demand by safety advocates for recall of older Jeeps

Automotive Business Review - 26 mars 2015 - 20:34
The Georgia trial over the death of 4-year old Remington Walden in 2012 is renewing demand by safety advocates for a massive recall of older Jeeps.

Denso, NGK fined by S. Korea for price-fixing

Automotive Business Review - 26 mars 2015 - 19:46
South Korea's antitrust regulator will fine five auto parts firms, including Japan's Denso, NGK Spark Plug and their local units, a total of $3.2 million for fixing prices and rigging bids for engine parts.

Barra advises women to accept challenging work assignments

Automotive Business Review - 26 mars 2015 - 19:04
General Motors CEO Mary Barra encouraged women to take on new challenges from studying science and math to accepting jobs that are outside of their area of expertise.

Black cab makers hail next generation

Financial Times - 26 mars 2015 - 19:03
New taxi will be electric, made of aluminium and built in Coventry

New Chevy Malibu tasked with meeting GM's aggressive sales goals

Automotive Business Review - 26 mars 2015 - 19:01
The Chevrolet Malibu has been a symbol of GM's competitive woes for nearly 20 years because of designs that critics often lambasted as boring. Now, the No. 1 U.S.

Toyota adding hybrid to 2016 RAV4 lineup

Automotive Business Review - 26 mars 2015 - 17:45
Toyota is adding a hybrid model at a time of low gas prices and slumping sales of alternative-powertrain vehicles. An all-new RAV4 hybrid will be introduced next week at the New York auto show.

Feds broaden crackdown on dealership fraud

Automotive Business Review - 26 mars 2015 - 16:15
The Federal Trade Commission is broadening its enforcement of car dealerships to crack down on deception and fraud in operations that go beyond advertising.
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