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Audi will recall 102,000 A4 cars in U.S. over airbag software glitch

Automotive Business Review - 23 oct. 2014 - 14:42
Audi is recalling nearly 102,000 A4 sedans in the United States to fix a software glitch that may prevent front airbags from deploying in a crash.

Audi will recall 850,000 A4 cars globally over airbag problems

Automotive Business Review - 23 oct. 2014 - 14:42
Audi will recall 850,000 A4 models worldwide due to airbag problem that could prevent front airbags from deploying. From the total, Audi said 250,000 cars will be recalled in China and 150,000 in Germany.

GM operating profits fall 14% in Q3 on flat revenue

Automotive Business Review - 23 oct. 2014 - 12:45
GM's record transaction prices in North America and booming sales in China weren't enough to offset weakness in just about every other region, as the company's third-quarter operating profit fell 14 percent.

GM posts $1.38 billion Q3 net income on flat revenue

Automotive Business Review - 23 oct. 2014 - 12:45
General Motors' third-quarter net income rose to $1.38 billion, as stronger pricing in North America and record China sales helped offset weak demand in Russia and other troubled overseas markets.

Nissan expands Takata airbag recall by 260,000 units worldwide

Automotive Business Review - 23 oct. 2014 - 12:08
Nissan today expanded a global recall of cars using Takata-made airbags, which have been linked to four deaths in Honda cars.

Daimler earnings boost dividend hopes

Financial Times - 23 oct. 2014 - 11:39
Cash pile jumps after strong performance from car and truck operations

Honda, after 5th Fit recall, appoints first quality czar; top execs take pay cut

Automotive Business Review - 23 oct. 2014 - 11:28
In an unprecedented move, Honda, announcing its fifth Fit recall in 12 months, appointed a quality czar to clamp down on problems. Senior executives will also take pay cuts for three months to take responsibility for the recall-plagued car.

Honda, in wake of 5th Fit recall, appoints first quality czar

Automotive Business Review - 23 oct. 2014 - 11:28
Honda, announcing its fifth Fit recall in just 12 months, has taken the unprecedented step of appointing its first quality czar to clamp down on the carmaker's problems. The latest recall did not include Fits in the U.S.

Hyundai's Q3 profit falls 29% on firmer currency, sluggish sales

Automotive Business Review - 23 oct. 2014 - 10:15
Hyundai posted a 29 percent fall in third-quarter net profit, the steepest decline in at least six quarters, hit by slowing sales growth and a stronger local currency, but said it expected earnings to bounce back in the fourth quarter.

Honda docks chief’s pay as recalls hit

Financial Times - 23 oct. 2014 - 10:07
Thirteen executives to have pay cut 10-20% after fifth Fit hybrid recall in a year

Hyundai looks to placate angry investors

Financial Times - 23 oct. 2014 - 09:39
Proposal to buoy payout comes amid outrage over $10bn trophy headquarters plan

Hyundai Motor: at the crossroads?

Financial Times - 23 oct. 2014 - 09:06
Carmaker has grown into a mature global brand. It needs a similarly mature approach to investors

Daimler profit rises in Q3 as Mercedes sales expand

Automotive Business Review - 23 oct. 2014 - 07:45
Daimler reported a 21 percent increase in third-quarter profit as deliveries of the top-of-the line Mercedes-Benz S class more than doubled.

UAW eyes bargaining rights at VW's Tenn. plant within a year

Automotive Business Review - 23 oct. 2014 - 05:01
The UAW hopes to be recognized as the exclusive bargaining agent for workers at Volkswagen's assembly plant in Chattanooga within a year, union President Dennis Williams said Wednesday.

NHTSA apologizes for mishandling Takata airbag recall information

Automotive Business Review - 23 oct. 2014 - 03:22
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's top official apologized late Wednesday for publishing inaccurate information in its Monday warning about defective Takata airbags that may explode and for technical glitches that made its recall...

UAW eyes bargaining rights at VW's Tenn. plant within a year

Automotive Business Review - 23 oct. 2014 - 01:05
The UAW hopes to be recognized as the exclusive bargaining agent for workers at Volkswagen's assembly plant in Chattanooga within a year, union President Dennis Williams said Wednesday.

U.S. prosecutors probe Takata over recalls

Automotive Business Review - 22 oct. 2014 - 23:00
The recall of some 7.8 million vehicles with faulty Takata airbags that may explode attracted additional federal scrutiny Wednesday, with prosecutors launching a probe into the Japanese supplier and a U.S.

Dealers fume over new Edmunds videos that spoof price haggling

Automotive Business Review - 22 oct. 2014 - 21:18
New YouTube ads from Edmunds.com have provoked a backlash. Some dealers say the four videos perpetuate stereotypes of dealers as unscrupulous bargainers. Edmunds says the ads are simply spoofs intended to show that customers dislike haggling.

Toyota says potential Mexico plant still far from approval

Automotive Business Review - 22 oct. 2014 - 21:05
Toyota, the last major carmaker without a high-volume assembly plant in Mexico, said the group assessing whether to build a factory there is far from getting clearance from top management.

Gentex reports 30% surge in Q3 net income

Automotive Business Review - 22 oct. 2014 - 18:46
Gentex, which makes a variety of automotive mirrors, cameras and electronic components, said today that its third quarter net income surged 30 percent from a year earlier, with total revenue jumping 22 percent.
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