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Organized labor's Trump predicament

25 févr. 2017 - 05:01
The UAW and other unions finally have a friend on trade in the White House. But much of the rest of President Trump's agenda stands in stark contrast to labor's priorities.

Subaru sees Impreza as gateway to young buyers

25 févr. 2017 - 05:01
How is Subaru reaching out to millennials? With a puppy, of course. It's one of the images Subaru of America is using to reach millennials in its national ad campaign for the all-new 2017 Subaru Impreza.

Can Continental score big with 48-volt hybrids?

25 févr. 2017 - 05:01
Continental's previous hybrid solutions failed to win over automakers because they were too "exotic," the supplier's powertrain boss, Jose Avila, said.

Musk disputes claims Tesla's Calif. factory workers are overworked, underpaid

24 févr. 2017 - 22:30
Tesla CEO Elon Musk shot back against claims that workers at the company's California factory are overworked and underpaid, calling them 'disingenuous and outright false.'

New Audi S5 Coupe campaign pits man against beast

24 févr. 2017 - 20:32
Audi is launching a new ad campaign for the 2018 S5 Coupe, slated to hit dealerships this spring. The ad, titled 'Monster,' was released Friday, targeting thrill-seeking drivers.

Dana CEO keeps open mind as member of Trump jobs panel

24 févr. 2017 - 19:57
Dana CEO James Kamsickas, part of President Trump's Manufacturing Jobs Initiative, said he's keeping an open mind on issues such as a border tax and renegotiation of NAFTA and determined to speak up for suppliers.

VW caps executive pay, tightens bonus eligibility

24 févr. 2017 - 18:08
VW said it is shaking up its executive pay with a cap on earnings as it looks to quell widespread anger over bonuses paid even as the carmaker suffered record losses in the aftermath of its emissions scandal.

Key Safety, Takata aim to reach deal by end of March, source says

24 févr. 2017 - 17:37
Key Safety Systems is expected to sign a definitive agreement to acquire troubled Japanese auto supplier Takata by the end of March, according to a person close to the negotiations.

Acura lands jersey sponsorship deal with Columbus Crew soccer club

24 févr. 2017 - 17:00
Acura will be the official jersey sponsor and automotive partner for Major League Soccer's Columbus Crew. The deal calls for the Acura logo to appear on the front of Crew jerseys for the next three seasons.

Cadillac takes on 'divided nation' in Oscars ad

24 févr. 2017 - 15:21
Add Cadillac to the list of advertisers using an ad in an attempt to bridge political divides. In a TV spot that will run during Sunday's Oscars, the GM unit seeks to dispel the notion that America is a nation divided.

February forecasts see flat U.S. sales despite heavy discounts

24 févr. 2017 - 14:00
U.S. new-vehicle sales this month, driven by higher incentive spending, are expected to be about the same as a year ago or down slightly.

Magna Q4 report warns about 'protectionist sentiments' in North America

24 févr. 2017 - 11:46
Diversified Canadian auto supplier Magna International said increased protectionist measures in North America could pose a substantial risk to the supplier achieving 'desired results' in the future.

Magna says Q4 profits remained stable as revenues grew

24 févr. 2017 - 11:46
Diversified Canadian auto supplier Magna International said its fourth-quarter profits remained stable while revenues grew.

Jeep Compass priced from $22,090

24 févr. 2017 - 05:01
The redesigned 2017 Jeep Compass will start at more than $22,000. The compact crossover is expected to be the second most-fuel efficient Jeep after the Renegade.

Waymo claims former employee stole self-driving tech secrets

23 févr. 2017 - 23:45
Waymo claims Anthony Levandowski downloaded 14,000 files before leaving to start his own company, Otto, later bought by Uber, according to a California lawsuit.

Visteon builds on electronics segment gains in Q4

23 févr. 2017 - 20:12
Electronics supplier Visteon said it swung to a $31 million profit on its continuing operations in the fourth quarter of 2016, compared with a loss of $68 million last year.

VW exec Schmidt pleads not guilty, but must stay behind bars, judge says

23 févr. 2017 - 18:51
Volkswagen executive Oliver Schmidt will remain behind bars as an extreme flight risk even after not-guilty pleas were entered on his behalf during his arraignment Thursday in U.S. District Court in Detroit.

Tesla's cash burn raises concerns on Wall Street

23 févr. 2017 - 16:46
Elon Musk is burning through cash and may need to raise more soon to produce the mass-market electric sedan Tesla is banking on to reach the mainstream consumer.

GM worker released from hospital after stabbing at Wentzville plant

23 févr. 2017 - 16:29
A worker at General Motors' Wentzville assembly plant in Missouri has been released from the hospital after being stabbed five times Wednesday night at the plant, according to officials.

Ghosn hands Nissan reins to cost-focused lieutenant

23 févr. 2017 - 15:16
Newly promoted to CEO at Nissan, Hiroto Saikawa will bring a gruff, tough, no-nonsense approach to leading Japan's second-biggest car maker at a time of rapid technological change in the industry.

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