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Once Buick's lifeline, Opel isn't so crucial anymore

Automotive Business Review - 17 February, 2017 - 19:03
GM has already gotten more out of Opel for Buick than many ever would have imagined eight years ago -- the last time the automaker nearly sold the German carmaker.

Cooper-Standard says Q4 net income rises 43%

Automotive Business Review - 17 February, 2017 - 16:03
Cooper-Standard Holdings said fourth-quarter net income rose 43 percent to $31.1 million. Sales improved 2.4 percent to $875.4 million.

Ford found recipe for profits in Europe

Automotive Business Review - 17 February, 2017 - 15:41
Ford was unprofitable in Europe from 2011-2014.

New delinquent U.S. car loans at 8-year peak

Automotive Business Review - 17 February, 2017 - 15:40
More Americans fell behind on their car loan payments in the fourth quarter, bringing auto delinquencies to their highest since the height of the financial crisis, Federal Reserve Bank of New York data released on Thursday showed.

Auto lenders' kill switches being probed by U.S. regulator

Automotive Business Review - 17 February, 2017 - 15:18
A U.S. regulator is looking at whether auto finance companies that use sophisticated technology like ignition kill switches are illegally harassing subprime borrowers that have fallen behind on their payments.

Vauxhall talks in Paris yield thin job assurances

Financial Times - 17 February, 2017 - 13:38
Business secretary Greg Clark argues case for thousands employed at UK plants

Ford's dozing engineers side with Google in full autonomy push

Automotive Business Review - 17 February, 2017 - 12:25
As Ford has tested self-driving cars, it noticed a problem during test drives: Engineers monitoring the rides are dozing off.

How sour dealer relations wreaked havoc on Audi's China sales

Automotive Business Review - 17 February, 2017 - 08:48
Audi has lost its premium sales lead in China as the brand was finally overtaken last month by rivals Mercedes and BMW. Audi attributed this loss to its dealers, but it has only itself to blame.

How sour dealer relations wreaked havoc on Audi's China sales

Automotive Business Review - 17 February, 2017 - 08:48
Audi has lost its premium sales lead in China as the brand was finally overtaken last month by rivals Mercedes and BMW. Audi attributed this loss to its dealers, but it has only itself to blame.

GM assurances result in German minister backing PSA-Opel deal

Automotive Business Review - 16 February, 2017 - 20:50
Germany expects PSA Group's proposed acquisition of General Motors' Opel business to go ahead, a minister said on Thursday, after the U.S. carmaker sought to allay fears of large-scale plant closures.

Greg Clark travels to Paris for talks on Vauxhall

Financial Times - 16 February, 2017 - 19:42
Business secretary to make case for safeguarding thousands of jobs in UK

eBay survey: 63% of car shoppers likely to buy online

Automotive Business Review - 16 February, 2017 - 19:26
A new eBay Advertising survey found that 63 percent of respondents are either 'extremely likely' or 'likely' to purchase a vehicle online in the future.

eBay survey: 63% of car shoppers likely to buy online

Automotive Business Review - 16 February, 2017 - 19:26
A new eBay Advertising survey found that 63 percent of respondents are either 'extremely likely' or 'likely' to purchase a vehicle online in the future.

UAW plans 'buy American' ad campaign

Automotive Business Review - 16 February, 2017 - 19:23
UAW President Dennis Williams said he is 'in discussions' to produce advertisements to encourage U.S. customers to buy union-made cars manufactured in America.

50 years of Subaru ads

Automotive Business Review - 16 February, 2017 - 18:43
Subaru's "Love" campaign is among the most recognizable and enduring marketing efforts in the automobile category. But the brand has not always been this consistent.

Federal-Mogul shakes up leadership under Icahn takeover

Automotive Business Review - 16 February, 2017 - 17:45
Federal-Mogul Holdings LLC on Thursday named Bradley Norton as the new co-CEO and CEO of the diversified auto parts supplier's motor parts division.

China buys auto suppliers as Takata deal looms

Automotive Business Review - 16 February, 2017 - 17:23
Chinese companies started talking a decade ago about cracking the U.S. auto market. That hasn't happened, so instead they're getting under the hoods of American cars by buying up suppliers.

Redesigned Hyundai Accent grows slightly, takes on siblings' look

Automotive Business Review - 16 February, 2017 - 15:25
The 2018 redesign of the Hyundai Accent brings the subcompact sedan's styling into line with the brand's other offerings.

Carmakers' plea for fuel economy review sets stage for showdown

Automotive Business Review - 16 February, 2017 - 12:42
Automakers enjoying lucrative sales of trucks and SUVs are hoping President Donald Trump makes good on his vows to deregulate. Environmental groups are saying fuel efficiency standards won't be watered down without a legal challenge.

New Ford Ranger seen on test drive?

Automotive Business Review - 15 February, 2017 - 20:59
The first images of what appear to be Ford's U.S.-bound Ranger compact pickup have been spotted testing on roads in Dearborn, Mich.
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