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Supplier ThyssenKrupp plans to invest $866 million in N.A. by 2020

Automotive Business Review - 24 avr. 2015 - 16:39
German industrial group ThyssenKrupp plans to invest more than 800 million euros ($869 million) in North America by 2020 to take advantage of increased auto production.

Lear Q1 net income, revenue up after Eagle Ottawa acquisition

Automotive Business Review - 24 avr. 2015 - 16:25
Seating and electronics supplier Lear acquired leather supplier Eagle Ottawa in the first quarter and said that net income during the period increased 20 percent and revenue jumped 3.7 percent from the year earlier.

GM paid Barra $16.2 million in 2014

Automotive Business Review - 24 avr. 2015 - 16:00
GM CEO Mary Barra received $16.2 million in total compensation during her first year leading the automaker, GM said in a regulatory filing today. Barra's payout included a base salary of $1.6 million, stock awards totaling $11.8 million, and $2.

Toyota makes noise with Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicle

Automotive Business Review - 24 avr. 2015 - 15:18
For all its silence, Toyota's Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicle actually can be pretty noisy. Ironically, that is because the car is propelled by a whispering electric motor that allows the driver to pick up sounds that might otherwise be droned out.

Mitsubishi posts first annual N.A. profit in seven years

Automotive Business Review - 24 avr. 2015 - 12:47
Mitsubishi booked double-digit profit increases in the latest quarter to propel the carmaker to record annual earnings and its first North America profit in seven years.

Mazda quarterly profits fall on currency losses while sales rise

Automotive Business Review - 24 avr. 2015 - 11:41
Profits fell at Mazda in the January-March quarter, undercut by higher outlays for marketing and factory startups and foreign exchange losses, despite rising sales.

Strong dollar weighs on US blue-chips

Financial Times - 23 avr. 2015 - 22:25
Domestic economic recovery countered by emerging markets slowdown

Ford to cut 700 jobs at Mich. plant, hitting Tier 2 workers

Automotive Business Review - 23 avr. 2015 - 20:40
Ford plans to cut 700 jobs and eliminate the third shift at its small-car assembly plant in suburban Detroit, in the company's first large-scale layoff of Tier 2 workers.

Pricing pressure in U.S., China raises fears about future auto profits

Automotive Business Review - 23 avr. 2015 - 20:20
The strength of the US and China economies has helped companies like General Motors offset weakness in others parts of the world, but growing pricing pressure in those lucrative markets could be a warning sign for future profits.

Pricing pressure in U.S., China raises fears about future profits

Automotive Business Review - 23 avr. 2015 - 20:20
The strength of the U.S. and China economies has helped companies like General Motors offset weakness in others parts of the world, but growing pricing pressure in those lucrative markets could be a warning sign for future profits.

Fiat Chrysler recalls 46,000 vehicles for ignition switch, airbag issues

Automotive Business Review - 23 avr. 2015 - 19:48
Fiat Chrysler is recalling 43,874 Jeep Liberty, Jeep Wrangler and Dodge Viper models for possible ignition-switch issues and 2,408 Ram ProMaster City models for airbag problems.

GM Financial Q1 net rises as lease volume skyrockets

Automotive Business Review - 23 avr. 2015 - 19:17
Captive finance company GM Financial had a giant increase in lease volume in the first quarter, as parent company GM switched to GM Financial as its exclusive preferred lender for Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet and GMC subsidized leases.

Dealerships can gain an edge with Spanish-language marketing

Automotive Business Review - 23 avr. 2015 - 19:10
Dealerships willing to advertise and post videos in Spanish face little competition reaching a growing number of Latino car buyers, said Ricky Lopez, Internet director at David Maus Toyota in Sanford, Fla.

VW chairman ‘not pushing’ to remove chief

Financial Times - 23 avr. 2015 - 16:15
Piëch breaks his silence on leadership crisis at carmaker

VW chairman ‘not pushing’ to remove chief

Financial Times - 23 avr. 2015 - 16:15
Piëch breaks his silence on leadership crisis at carmaker

Goodyear to spend $550 million on tire plant in Mexico, report says

Automotive Business Review - 23 avr. 2015 - 15:54
Goodyear Tire and Rubber is planning to spend $550 million on a new tire plant in Mexico, a person familiar with the matter told Reuters, the latest in a string of investment pledges in the country's booming auto sector.

GM gets boost from smaller pickups, but doubters question for how long

Automotive Business Review - 23 avr. 2015 - 15:29
General Motors' return to selling smaller pickups in the United States has resuscitated a moribund market segment, but new data highlights the risk that the automaker's new trucks are cannibalizing sales of higher-priced models.

Hyundai may boost SUV capacity in U.S., China after Q1 profit dips

Automotive Business Review - 23 avr. 2015 - 15:04
South Korea's Hyundai Motor may boost production of SUVs in the United States and China after reporting profits fell again, squeezed by the cost of promotions to bolster car sales and unfavorable foreign exchange trends.

GM restrained by Europe and South America

Financial Times - 23 avr. 2015 - 13:47
First-quarter results fall short at $945m in spite of better light truck sales in North America

GM profit rises, aided by North America

Automotive Business Review - 23 avr. 2015 - 12:45
General Motors posted stout first-quarter profits from truck sales in North America, but trouble in Russia and Brazil and lingering fallout from last year's recall binge kept a lid on earnings.
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