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Europe's automakers worried by Japan free-trade agreement

April 6, 2013 06:01 CET
Europe's automakers are concerned that a proposed free-trade agreement between the EU and Japan may end up favoring their Japanese competitors.

Fisker faces suit alleging failure to give advance notice of dismissals

12:01 am U.S. ET | April 6, 2013
Fisker Automotive, hours after dismissing about 75 percent of its employees, was hit with a federal lawsuit accusing the company of breaking the law that requires employers to give workers advance notice of mass layoffs.

For Cadillac, early signs of another renaissance

12:01 am U.S. ET | April 6, 2013
At his Houston Cadillac store last weekend, Carl Sewell had an unusual experience: He helped a mother secure a baby seat into a car she was considering. Young-shopper sightings were once a rarity for Sewell.


U.S. distracted driving fatalities top 3,300 -- what's the solution?

10:16 am U.S. ET | April 6, 2013
Imagine if you were to wake up tomorrow, flip on the morning news, and discover that during the previous night, 3,092 people veered over a cliff to their deaths.

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Mazda's Wager: Self-driving cars will be ‘disastrous’ for industry

Mazda's Wager: Self-driving cars will be ‘disastrous’ for industry

Mazda’s N.A. marketing chief Russell Wager says a lot is at risk in the rush to create self-driving cars – including brands and advertising as we know it.
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