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Business leaders see Trump's first year wins on taxes and regulation

Automotive Business Review - 21 janv. 2018 - 05:01
In January 2017, gauging whether the administration of President Donald Trump would be pro-business or populist was a challenge. One year into the administration, it still is.

Nissan's ePower tech coming to U.S. vehicles

Automotive Business Review - 21 janv. 2018 - 05:01
Nissan's ePower technology has been something of a sensation in Japan. Now the automaker wants to bring it to the United States.

PETA auto show protest, aimed at FCA, is misdirected

Automotive Business Review - 20 janv. 2018 - 05:01
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals plans to protest FCA at the Detroit auto show for something one of its dealers is doing: sponsoring a long-time dog-sled race in Alaska.

With AI digital assistant, drivers talk to their cars

Automotive Business Review - 20 janv. 2018 - 05:01
The auto industry is in the early days in utilizing smart digital assistants to create unique, in-car user experiences. Here's what CES attendees see in the future.

Paint pro gives high marks to automakers' Detroit palettes

Automotive Business Review - 20 janv. 2018 - 05:01
Part of the glitz of the Detroit auto show is the palette of colors selected and created for the occasion.

Subaru aims to get serious about micro sales in world's biggest market

Automotive Business Review - 20 janv. 2018 - 05:01
Subaru has a growing sense of urgency to get serious about China, where the brand is barely treading water.

Hyundai Motor America poised to get more say on production

Automotive Business Review - 20 janv. 2018 - 05:01
Hyundai Motor Group is going through a restructuring that will shift more decision-making power to regional markets such as North America.

Government shutdown would impact auto regulation

Automotive Business Review - 19 janv. 2018 - 21:31
The federal government shutdown could have a broad impact on automotive regulatory activities, but next week's NAFTA talks are expected to continue as scheduled.

Zurich pulls back on some dealerships' insurance

Automotive Business Review - 19 janv. 2018 - 20:26
Zurich North America no longer will offer property and casualty insurance to independent dealerships and some franchise dealerships. FandI products are not affected.

Ohio to develop smart mobility center, Kasich says

Automotive Business Review - 19 janv. 2018 - 19:11
Ohio is planning to develop a smart mobility center to prioritize connected technologies and pave the road for autonomous vehicles in the state.

In China, outside contractors give GM a big hand on the plant floor

Automotive Business Review - 19 janv. 2018 - 18:38
GM has deployed third-party logistics contractors inside all 17 of its joint-venture assembly plants in China to transport materials, manage nearby parts warehouses and deliver components to the shop floor.

PSA bringing N.A. headquarters to Atlanta

Automotive Business Review - 19 janv. 2018 - 17:00
PSA Group, steaming toward a return to the U.S. auto market, is poised to put its North American headquarters in the greater Atlanta area, Automotive News has learned.

Why Jim Hackett is wrong about Volvo, Jaguar and Land Rover

Automotive Business Review - 19 janv. 2018 - 16:46
Ford CEO Jim Hackett candidly admitted that he wishes the automaker still owned Volvo and JLR. It's important to remember why this didn't work out for Ford.

A floating car is born after Japan's tsunami

Automotive Business Review - 19 janv. 2018 - 16:08
A former employee of a Toyota subsidiary started to build a watertight EV that can float in floods, or even cruise at low speeds. His startup has notable backers and a functioning prototype.

Lithium makers for EV batteries get a dedicated hedge fund

Automotive Business Review - 19 janv. 2018 - 14:19
Will Smith, a former partner at Michael Hintze's investment firm CQS UK, is starting a hedge fund that will bet on companies that could gain from the expected boom in electric cars.

Trump losing patience over NAFTA talks

Automotive Business Review - 19 janv. 2018 - 11:14
The U.S. is running out of patience with Canadian and Mexican resistance to key American proposals ahead of talks next week on a new NAFTA, sources told Bloomberg.

Detroit auto show concept cars turned heads

Automotive Business Review - 19 janv. 2018 - 05:01
There were darn few pure concept vehicles at the 2018 Detroit auto show, but the ones that did appear were true conversations starters.

Ford faces questions from U.S. senators over 'do not drive' warning

Automotive Business Review - 18 janv. 2018 - 21:55
Two senators asked the Transportation Department to explain why a "do not drive" directive issued last week by Ford is limited to about 2,900 older pickup trucks and if other vehicles are potentially at risk from defective airbag inflators.

Judge tosses out $1 billion GM settlement deal

Automotive Business Review - 18 janv. 2018 - 20:56
The trust set up to handle GM's bankruptcy claims acted in bad faith in reaching a $15 million class-action settlement that would have forced the company to contribute as much as $1 billion in new stock, a judge ruled in throwing out the accord.

PSA to tap GM expertise in return to U.S.

Automotive Business Review - 18 janv. 2018 - 20:37
France's PSA Group has found a bonus benefit in engineers from its newly acquired Opel unit. The former GM employees are helping make PSA products compliant with United States regulations,
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