English Press / Presse anglaise
Financial Times - 26 August, 2014 - 06:47
India fines 14 major automotive groups $422m for suppressing competition in spare parts market, echoing similar move by authorities in China
Volvo is sticking to its Scandinavian roots with its first model since being acquired by Chinese owners four years ago. Rather than chase low wages, Volvo will build the new XC90 SUV in Gothenburg, where auto workers get about $62 an hour.
Asian and European brands dominate the top of an annual survey of customer satisfaction in the United States with auto brands, though overall satisfaction with the industry dropped for the second year in a row.
Topping our rankings is Audi's sponsorship of the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards.
Automotive Business Review - 25 August, 2014 - 19:14
Ford has begun an eight-week closure of its F-150 pickup plant near Detroit to overhaul it for a new, aluminum-bodied version of the top-selling vehicle line in the United States.
Automotive Business Review - 25 August, 2014 - 18:09
About 300 unionized workers at a Johnson Controls interiors plant in Ontario ratified a new three-year contract, heading off a potential strike at the factory and work stoppage at General Motors' Oshawa assembly complex.
Financial Times - 25 August, 2014 - 17:13
Warren Buffett bought one-tenth of BYD at HK$8 a share in 2008, but not everyone can be lucky
Automotive Business Review - 25 August, 2014 - 16:00
A123 Systems LLC is in the midst of a recharge.
Automotive Business Review - 25 August, 2014 - 15:26
Subaru today christened a glistening new global headquarters more befitting of the hot brand's bigger international profile. The glass-and-steel digs, in Tokyo's trendy Ebisu district, replaces a cramped, gloomy 48-year-old monolith it sold in 2010.
Automotive Business Review - 25 August, 2014 - 13:16
Two years out of high school, Evan Fischbach is earning $40,000 a year. His secret: shop class. Fischbach, 19, has known he wanted to work on cars ever since he took an automotive class in his junior year of high school in Saline, Mich.
Automotive Business Review - 25 August, 2014 - 11:37
Hyundai Motor's management is meeting workers today to resolve differences over wage demands after losing two days of extra weekend shifts to a boycott.
Mitsubishi will improve its U.S. lineup with some fresh design touches next year, but few all-new vehicles will be introduced stateside during the next three years.
Subaru is riding on the success of its strategy to redesign all of its vehicles primarily for the United States and equip them with competitive features.
Mazda continues to roll out product changes at a pace that's more associated with the world of apps than autos.
Volkswagen plans to launch the eighth generation of its best-selling Golf hatchback in 2017, just five years after launching the current model, a German magazine reported.
The rivalry between Ford's venerable F series and Chrysler's hard-charging Ram truck brand is heating up again. Chrysler today announced that it will offer a 2015 diesel-powered Ram Heavy Duty pickup with 865 pounds-feet of torque.
Robert Hegbloom, the new head of the Ram brand, will get a crash course in the van market next year.
Matthew McConaughey is collaborating with Ford's luxury brand to promote a very different kind of Lincoln: The 2015 MKC compact crossover.
The rivalry between Ford's venerable F series and Chrysler's hard-charging Ram truck brand is heating up again.
Rick Case dealer group interviews every single employee to find out what kind of job each employee ultimately wants. The idea is to retain employees who might otherwise leave looking for new challenges or a better fit.
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