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Four dealerships got the worst flood damage among auto retailers in Louisiana

Automotive Business Review - 25 August, 2016 - 20:11
Four dealerships bore the brunt of flood damage in Louisiana last week, which destroyed entire inventories in some cases, the presidents of the Louisiana and national dealers associations said.

VW may have to buy back more US cars

Financial Times - 25 August, 2016 - 17:40
Judge orders lawyers to come up with a ‘plan B’ in case emissions problem cannot be fixed

German prosecutors review stolen Bosch data for VW diesel scandal clues

Automotive Business Review - 25 August, 2016 - 17:21
Prosecutors in Stuttgart, Germany, are examining stolen Bosch data to see whether it contains clues about how Volkswagen cheated diesel emissions tests.

Amazon, expanding automotive business, launches vehicle research portal

Automotive Business Review - 25 August, 2016 - 16:44
Amazon launched Amazon Vehicles, a car research portal where consumers will have access to vehicle detail pages and reviews of thousands of new and classic cars, while being able to upload photos and videos of their own rides.

Amazon, expanding its automotive business, launches vehicle research portal

Automotive Business Review - 25 August, 2016 - 16:44
Amazon has launched Amazon Vehicles, a car research portal where consumers will have access to vehicle detail pages and reviews of thousands of new and classic cars, while being able to upload photos and videos of their own rides.

Chevy dealership in Texas targeted by thieves; wheels stolen from 48 vehicles

Automotive Business Review - 25 August, 2016 - 16:00
Thieves broke in and stole more than $200,000 worth of wheels and tires off 48 new vehicles at a dealership in Tyler, Texas, last weekend. Tyler Police Department Public Information Officer Don Martin said the incident occurred around 1 a.m.

VW and U.S. dealers reach compensation pact

Automotive Business Review - 25 August, 2016 - 15:48
Volkswagen and its U.S. dealers have reached an "agreement in principle" to compensate its 650 U.S. retailers for damages sustained by their businesses in the wake of the automaker's diesel emissions scandal. The deal is worth about $1.

UAW organizes Magna seating plant in Tennessee

Automotive Business Review - 25 August, 2016 - 15:43
Workers at Magna's new Spring Hill, Tenn., plant voted nearly unanimously to join the UAW, giving the union a key victory in a right-to-work state. The UAW said workers voted 192-1 to join the union.

Tesla wins U.S. antitrust approval to buy SolarCity

Automotive Business Review - 25 August, 2016 - 15:23
Tesla Motors won U.S. antitrust approval to buy solar panel installer SolarCity, the Federal Trade Commission said. The deal was announced on Aug.

Hyundai Motor reaches tentative wage deal with union

Automotive Business Review - 25 August, 2016 - 12:05
Hyundai Motor reached a tentative wage pact with its South Korean labor union, potentially avoiding more strikes and production losses at its biggest manufacturing base.

California passes toughest greenhouse gas emission curbs

Automotive Business Review - 25 August, 2016 - 11:45
California is poised to make the nation's strictest carbon emission controls even tougher, with a bill to cut greenhouse-gas discharges to 40 percent less than 1990 levels by 2030 now headed to Gov. Jerry Brown.

First driverless taxi hits the streets of Singapore

Automotive Business Review - 25 August, 2016 - 11:32
The first driverless taxi began work today in a limited public trial on the streets of Singapore.

Self-driving taxis hit the road in Singapore

Financial Times - 25 August, 2016 - 05:10
US start-up nuTonomy launches world’s first public trial, cutting in front of Uber

NSX returns to Japan as an American hybrid import

Automotive Business Review - 25 August, 2016 - 03:00
The NSX sports car is making a long-awaited homecoming in Japan that underscores the global ambitions of a halo hybrid that must do double duty for the Acura and Honda brands.

Mercedes names new U.S. sales exec in management shuffle

Automotive Business Review - 24 August, 2016 - 22:32
Mercedes-Benz USA is shuffling some senior managers to new jobs.

Mercedes names new U.S. sales GM in management shuffle

Automotive Business Review - 24 August, 2016 - 22:32
Mercedes-Benz USA is shuffling some senior managers to new jobs.

France denies it omitted elements in Renault emissions report

Automotive Business Review - 24 August, 2016 - 20:45
France's Environment Ministry denied it had omitted key elements concerning some Renault cars in a report on vehicle pollution it commissioned following the Volkswagen emissions scandal last year.

Mercedes-Benz launches 'Timeless' Federer ads for U.S. Open

Automotive Business Review - 24 August, 2016 - 19:01
As the U.S. Open tennis tournament nears, Mercedes-Benz is teaming with one of the game's all-time greats in a humorous ad campaign. 'Timeless' features the Mercedes SL and Roger Federer -- in multiple forms.

Instrument cluster supplier to occupy part of former Jeep plant site in Toledo

Automotive Business Review - 24 August, 2016 - 17:16
Detroit Manufacturing Systems LLC broke ground on a 102,000-square-foot factory on the former Jeep plant site in Toledo that will produce instrument clusters for the next generation Jeep Wrangler.

Student loan debt, now at $1.3 trillion, spells bad news for car sales

Automotive Business Review - 24 August, 2016 - 16:30
Moody's Investor Service's lead retail analyst said this week that new-vehicle sales, which hit a record 17.5 million last year, will be hurt by the student loan debt crisis as consumer demand for cars eventually slacks.
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