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Joe Hinrichs has Ford humming

Automotive Business Review - 2 May, 2016 - 05:01
Since 2011, Ford Motor Co. has earned pretax profits totaling $45 billion in North America. It lost $1.8 billion in the rest of the world. And North America's position as Ford's profit driver keeps getting stronger.

Attempted murder? How store struck back

Automotive Business Review - 2 May, 2016 - 05:01
When an online review falsely accused Huntington Beach Mazda's staff of attempted murder and elderly abuse, dealer John Patterson went into action to mitigate the damage.

In Texas: 'Everyone is in hail mode'

Automotive Business Review - 2 May, 2016 - 05:01
Texas auto dealers are turning to 'hail sales' to try and make the best of a bad situation: the Lone Star state's worst run of hail damage in years.

Jeep's push to produce in China is paying off

Automotive Business Review - 2 May, 2016 - 05:01
Jeep is moving ahead in China, thanks to investments in local crossover production. But in a market haunted by factory overcapacity, premium brand Lexus is also pulling ahead purely as an importer.

Stop-sale backlog hits public groups' earnings

Automotive Business Review - 2 May, 2016 - 05:01
Several publicly traded dealership groups noted that cars and truck languishing for months on their lots under stop-sale orders due to recalls hurt their first-quarter earnings. The problem could linger into 2017.

Why Michigan wants to stay in the driver's seat on autonomous vehicle legislation

Automotive Business Review - 1 May, 2016 - 18:14
Attorneys who specialize in connected car technology and autonomous vehicles say the industry is creating new and unique legal issues around everything from cybersecurity and data protection to product liability.

Long road ahead for China electric cars

Financial Times - 1 May, 2016 - 06:56
Failure to create real demand threatens Beijing’s dream of becoming world’s top market

VW whips up miracle view of U.S.

Automotive Business Review - 1 May, 2016 - 05:01
The U.S. may be ground zero for Volkswagen's diesel scandal, but company executives proclaimed it the most important source of long-term growth for VW and said they are at work on a new brand strategy for the region.

Skepticism surrounds China EV boom

Automotive Business Review - 1 May, 2016 - 05:01
No one said electrifying China's auto market would be easy. But even as automakers flood the nation with new eco-models and the government pushes generous incentives, there remains much skepticism about the country's ballyhooed EV boom.

More markets for U.S.-made Jeeps

Automotive Business Review - 1 May, 2016 - 05:01
Jeep's fast-growing global manufacturing footprint will not only end the brand's 'Sophie's Choice' allocation challenges, but will increase sales opportunities for top-end Jeeps made exclusively in the U.S.

Mini's challenge: Growing while it shrinks

Automotive Business Review - 30 April, 2016 - 05:01
BMW's top executive for Mini, Peter Schwarzenbauer, says it will be tricky to launch a fifth nameplate that both attracts consumers and fits the brand's image.

How Jaguar spells U.S. future: F-Pace

Automotive Business Review - 30 April, 2016 - 05:01
Jaguar's new F-Pace compact crossover will be the key vehicle to boosting the brand's lackluster U.S. sales, Jaguar's top U.S. executive says.

Mini's goal: Grow sales without hurting brand's image

Automotive Business Review - 30 April, 2016 - 05:01
BMW's top executive for Mini, Peter Schwarzenbauer, says it will be tricky to launch a fifth nameplate that both attracts consumers and fits the brand's image.

Why Tesla's long waiting list for Model 3 needed a caveat

Automotive Business Review - 30 April, 2016 - 00:04
It is certainly possible Tesla had 400,000 reservations from people who intend to buy a Model 3. But we at Automotive News had reservations of our own before CEO Elon Musk clarified the situation.

Tesla's long waiting list for Model 3 needs a caveat

Automotive Business Review - 30 April, 2016 - 00:04
It is certainly possible Tesla had 400,000 reservations from people who intend to buy a Model 3. But we at Automotive News had reservations of our own before CEO Elon Musk clarified the situation.

Week in Review, April 30

Financial Times - 29 April, 2016 - 21:09
Apple, carmakers, hedge funds, Deutsche Bank and Boeing and Airbus

Ito named CEO of Denso International America

Automotive Business Review - 29 April, 2016 - 20:53
Kenichiro Ito has been named CEO of Denso International America as part of several top management changes at the Japanese auto parts supplier, the company said in a press release.

Nissan will recall 3.53 million vehicles because airbags may not deploy

Automotive Business Review - 29 April, 2016 - 19:50
Nissan said it is recalling 3.53 million vehicles worldwide because passenger-side airbags may not work properly because vehicle sensors may malfunction.

FCA offers DIY Siri Eyes Free software update

Automotive Business Review - 29 April, 2016 - 18:43
Fiat Chrysler released a free software package that allows owners of certain 2013-15 vehicles equipped with its Uconnect infotainment system to integrate the Apple iPhone's Siri Eyes Free feature.

Daimler appoints Deloitte to aid diesel engine probe

Automotive Business Review - 29 April, 2016 - 17:34
Daimler appointed investigators from Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu to help gather documents and e-mails on its diesel-engine emissions as part of a probe requested by the U.S. Department of Justice.
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