UAW, GM dig in for long haul

by admin | on Sep 23

With no quick resolution in sight, both sides spent last week digging in for what could become a battle of

Automaker's inventory high as UAW walks off the job

by admin | on Sep 16

The automaker had a 77-day supply of vehicles, outpacing the industry aveage of 61 days, according to Cox Automotive

GM vehicle inventory high as UAW sets strike

by admin | on Sep 15

The automaker had a 77-day supply of vehicles, outpacing the industry aveage of 61 days, according to Cox Automotive

Hyundai 45 concept uses retro styling to preview tech future

by admin | on Sep 11

The 45 concept's aircraft-inspired design gives a glimpse of the styling direction Hyundai will take with its electric and autonomous

Renault CEO: FCA talks are 'in the past'

by admin | on Sep 10

Renault CEO Thierry Bollore said he was sure FCA, which withdrew a merger offer, regretted not gaining access to Renault-Nissan's

VW adjusts warranty, adds money for ads

by admin | on Jul 29

The German brand's new North American leadership team wants to address lingering issues with two different but equally important constituencies:

Gloom in China's light vehicle market to persist

by admin | on Jul 10

Wholesale deliveries of passenger vehicles fell 7.8 percent to 1.73 million units in June and have now slid for 12 consecutive

At Iacocca visitation, guests recall visionary leadership

by admin | on Jul 9

Colleagues, friends, and politicians paid respects to Lee Iacocca and his family at a visitation for the former Chrysler CEO

For automakers, new tech represents 'profit deserts'

by admin | on Jun 25

Consulting firm AlixPartners says return on investments in autonomy and electrification remains a long way off. Meanwhile, headwinds are emerging

How Canadian Ford dealerships helped bust a Mexican meth shipment

by admin | on Jun 17

Police say roughly 400 pounds of meth were prevented from circulating in Canada when staff at Ford dealerships across Ontario and

Firmly planted

by admin | on Jun 3

Automakers are unleashing capital across North America to get ready for the next product wave, namely light trucks and electrified

BMW wants a CEO who can perform miracles

by admin | on May 22

BMW CEO Harald Krueger's cautious leadership style appears to have unsettled some people at the automaker and his future is

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