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Hyundai net income falls 11th straight quarter as strikes cut production

Hyundai posted a drop in quarterly profit after labor strikes hurt domestic production and a stronger currency eroded repatriated earnings. Operating profit declined 29 percent to 1.07 trillion won ($943 million) while net income fell for an 11th consecutive quarter to its lowest level in more than four years.

GM to use IBM's Watson AI software for new OnStar Go service

General Motors and International Business Machines Corp. plan to combine IBM's artificial intelligence software Watson with the automaker's OnStar system in order to market services to drivers in their vehicles.

Apple said to develop car operating system in BlackBerry country

Apple has dozens of software engineers in Canada building a car operating system, a rare move for a company that often houses research and development projects close to its Cupertino, Calif., headquarters, according to people familiar with the matter.

Toyota recalls nearly 1.5 million cars in Europe over Takata airbags

Toyota is recalling about 5.8 million cars worldwide, including 1.47 million in Europe, over potentially faulty airbag inflators made by Takata. The recall includes the Yaris and Corolla.

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As we approach the 100th anniversary of NADA in 2017, Automotive News invites you to take a look back at the best of our coverage, including past president's interviews, video highlights and more. In January, we'll mark the occasion with a special issue that looks at NADA's past, present and future. Click here to view our special NADA 100 coverage.

Japan Inc. gets serious about cybersecurity

Japan's carmakers are still seen as slow to adapt to the vulnerabilities of connected cars. But with the advent of autonomous driving just over the horizon, Japan Inc. is finally getting serious about cybersecurity. Cybersecurity threat helps forge friendships