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UAW president anticipates united front against pay 'inequality'

Automotive Business Review - 24 March, 2015 - 13:49
UAW President Dennis Williams said today he expects members to emerge from this week's bargaining convention with a unified voice after a full airing of worker concerns about 'inequity' in pay and benefits that are a product of a...

UAW president anticipates a united front against pay 'inequality'

Automotive Business Review - 24 March, 2015 - 13:49
UAW President Dennis Williams said today he expects members to emerge from this week's bargaining convention with a unified voice after a full airing of worker concerns about 'inequity' in pay and benefits that are a product of a...

FCA trial over child's fiery death expected to renew recall push

Automotive Business Review - 24 March, 2015 - 12:50
A trial set to begin today in a south Georgia town is renewing demand for a massive recall of older Jeep models whose fuel tanks lawyers argue are prone to catch fire in accidents.

Hyundai aims for nearly 5% U.S. sales growth this year

Automotive Business Review - 24 March, 2015 - 12:16
Hyundai Motor Co. aims to boost its U.S. sales by 4.7 percent this year, ahead of the industry's projected growth rate, despite a consumer shift to SUVs and pickups.

Subaru's play for families

Automotive Business Review - 24 March, 2015 - 05:01
Subaru wants to focus on the family in two new spots that made our viral video rankings this week.

GM to build next-generation Chevrolet Cruze in Mexico

Automotive Business Review - 23 March, 2015 - 22:06
GM will build its next-generation Chevrolet Cruze small car in Mexico.

Ford poised to surpass Hyundai in China capacity with new plant

Automotive Business Review - 23 March, 2015 - 20:06
Ford will open its fourth passenger-car assembly plant in China today as part of a $4.9 billion expansion drive, putting it on track to overtake Hyundai in the world's largest auto market.

J.D. Power, MarketShare alliance to help automakers balance marketing, incentive spending

Automotive Business Review - 23 March, 2015 - 20:04
J.D. Power and marketing analytics company MarketShare have teamed up to help automotive sales and marketing executives find the right balance of spending on marketing campaigns and incentives.

Pirelli deal creates waves in tyre sector

Financial Times - 23 March, 2015 - 19:47
Tie-up with China’s CNCC will put pressure on Goodyear, Michelin and Continental

Honda Fit EV lease price lowered to $199 per month

Automotive Business Review - 23 March, 2015 - 17:19
Honda lowered the two-year lease price for its Fit EV electric hatchback to $199 per month, from $259, for current customers.

Mitsubishi to show new design language with 2016 Outlander

Automotive Business Review - 23 March, 2015 - 16:19
Mitsubishi Motors North America will unveil the 2016 Outlander at the New York International Auto Show next week as a part of its freshened design lineup.

Yamaha’s car detour will be worthwhile

Financial Times - 23 March, 2015 - 15:18
A move into an adjacent category can make strategic sense if the CEO has a light touch

2016 Jaguar F-Type to come with longer warranty, free maintenance

Automotive Business Review - 23 March, 2015 - 13:00
Jaguar, aiming to keep the sales momentum going with its F-Type two-seat sports cars, will offer free maintenance and additional standard features on 2016 models.

Toyota may approve first Mexico car plant in weeks, reports say

Automotive Business Review - 23 March, 2015 - 12:56
Toyota is finalizing plans for its first passenger-car assembly plant in Mexico that could be approved by its board as early as next month, according to three people with knowledge of the matter.

Toyota may approve first Mexico plant in weeks, reports say

Automotive Business Review - 23 March, 2015 - 12:56
Toyota is finalizing plans for its first passenger car assembly plant in Mexico that could be approved by its board as early as next month, according to three people with knowledge of the matter.

Honda hires U.S. engineering firm Exponent to investigate Takata airbags

Automotive Business Review - 23 March, 2015 - 11:21
Honda has hired Exponent, a U.S. engineering consulting company enlisted by Toyota during its recall crisis in 2010, to investigate the cause of ruptures in some airbags made by Takata.

Europe’s premium carmakers face EU fines

Financial Times - 23 March, 2015 - 07:34
Auto groups losing race to cut carbon emissions and avoid Brussels imposed penalties

Insurance rates on aluminum F-150 hold for now

Automotive Business Review - 23 March, 2015 - 05:01
For now, motorists' yearly insurance premiums for the 2015 aluminum-bodied F-150 are about the same as for the 2014 steel model -- good news for Ford.

After a career with dealers, FCA's Grady will relax

Automotive Business Review - 23 March, 2015 - 05:01
Peter Grady has a list of things to do when he retires at the end of the month as Fiat Chrysler head of network development. But not on the list: working for another automaker.

An Audi obstacle, and a lesson in creating self-driving cars

Automotive Business Review - 23 March, 2015 - 05:01
The tale of an Audi prototype and a piece of desert tumbleweed illustrates one of the most daunting challenges in designing self-driving cars: teaching them to deal with the unexpected.
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