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BorgWarner posts flat net income for Q3 after one-time charges

Automotive Business Review - 3 hours 16 min ago
BorgWarner reported today a 13 percent increase in revenue and flat net income for the third quarter after one-time charges.

Daimler, VW dampen speculation about imminent CEO succession

Automotive Business Review - 3 hours 16 min ago
Succession is not an imminent topic at Daimler or Volkswagen, the chief executives of both carmakers said today, adding that any potential candidates would most likely come from within their respective companies.

Johnson Controls profit beats estimates as car seat demand rises

Automotive Business Review - 3 hours 16 min ago
Johnson Controls posted a better-than-expected quarterly profit, driven by higher sales of its car seats in North America and a lower expected tax bill.

BorgWarner's Verrier expects supplier to thrive despite increased competition

Automotive Business Review - 3 hours 16 min ago
James Verrier, BorgWarner Inc. CEO since January 2013, is working to double the size of the giant supplier from $7.5 billion in revenue to $15 billion by 2022.

GM says new Chevy Volt will be quicker and quieter

Automotive Business Review - 3 hours 16 min ago
The next-generation Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid will be quicker off the line, quieter and go farther in electric mode than its predecessor, General Motors engineers said today.

Geely's Horbury takes his auto design cues from a nation's style

Automotive Business Review - 3 hours 16 min ago
As a design leader at companies such as Ford and Volvo, Peter Horbury has always been the outsider with great insight, the foreigner able to identify style motifs native to a particular country and put them to good use.

Takata taps rivals to help build replacement inflators

Automotive Business Review - 30 October, 2014 - 23:06
Takata, under pressure from federal regulators, has asked rival suppliers if they can help produce replacement inflators for the company's airbag customers.

Ram chief: Consumers aren't clamoring for aluminum pickup

Automotive Business Review - 30 October, 2014 - 22:58
Bob Hegbloom, chief of the Ram brand, isn't buying the buzz that the lightweight aluminum body of the upcoming 2015 F-150 pickup will give Ford a significant advantage.

GM lawsuit poses danger to future bailouts, Treasury says

Automotive Business Review - 30 October, 2014 - 21:19
The Treasury Department says confidential information it received during the GM bailout should stay secret, otherwise at-risk companies needing government help in the future might not be willing to share data.

Jaguar Land Rover opens $750 million engine plant

Automotive Business Review - 30 October, 2014 - 21:12
Jaguar Land Rover moved another step closer today to gaining greater control of its destiny with the opening of its $750 million engine plant near Wolverhampton in the U.K.

Detroit Manufacturing Systems to hire 200 workers to support new F-150

Automotive Business Review - 30 October, 2014 - 20:25
Detroit Manufacturing Systems LLC plans to hire 200 assembly workers by January 2015 to support production growth of the Ford F-150 truck.

Ferrari looks to Mattiacci for revival

Financial Times - 30 October, 2014 - 20:10
The team principal, who has made a positive start, will need to navigate internal politics

Racing series roadtests future technology

Financial Times - 30 October, 2014 - 20:10
Sustainable agenda means motorsport technical solutions will begin to converge

A spectacle in search of identity

Financial Times - 30 October, 2014 - 20:10
Lack of confidence characterises the one-man show

BorgWarner posts flat net income for Q3 after one-time charges

Automotive Business Review - 30 October, 2014 - 19:15
BorgWarner reported today a 13 percent increase in revenue and flat net income for the third quarter after one-time charges.

NHTSA orders Takata to produce documents related to airbag probe

Automotive Business Review - 30 October, 2014 - 18:47
Federal safety regulators today ordered Japanese supplier Takata to provide documents and answer questions under oath related to the government's ongoing probe of potentially defective Takata airbags in millions of vehicles.

Lawyers urge U.S. judge to move quickly in Takata airbags case

Automotive Business Review - 30 October, 2014 - 18:19
Lawyers for consumers in the United States asked a federal judge in Miami today to speed up a class action lawsuit against Japanese auto parts maker Takata and four automakers, saying that public safety was at stake over defective airbags.

JLR boss says pay deal ‘over the top’

Financial Times - 30 October, 2014 - 17:45
Carmaker faces threat of strike action after 3-year offer is rejected

Daimler, VW dampen speculation about imminent CEO succession

Automotive Business Review - 30 October, 2014 - 16:02
Succession is not an imminent topic at Daimler or Volkswagen, the chief executives of both carmakers said today, adding that any potential candidates would most likely come from within their respective companies.

Tower International reports higher Q3 profits on improved sales in Americas

Automotive Business Review - 30 October, 2014 - 15:19
Tower International today reported improved earnings in the third quarter due to improved sales in the Americas.
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