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Publicis-Omnicom merger unlikely to shake up auto ad accounts, experts say

The proposed merger of global advertising agencies Publicis Groupe and Omnicom Group into the world's largest advertising holding company would consolidate work for a long list of auto brands under a single corporate umbrella, but a major upheaval in automotive accounts is seen as unlikely. Read More »


For BMW, i3 hatchback is mark of electric car confidence

Costly gamble or in tune with the public mood? BMW is set to launch its first all-electric car, hoping to stir demand for a pricey luxury model just as some other producers hit hurdles in selling electric propulsion. Read More »


Toyota, outsold by GM in Q2, faces long-term slump in Japan

Toyota is facing a Japan problem. The company was outsold by GM for the first time in six quarters, as sales in Japan extended their decline after government incentives for fuel-efficient models expired last year. Japan's largest automaker sold 8. Read More »


Ford recalls 33,021 C-Max hybrid cars due to roof issue

Ford said it was recalling 33,021 C-Max hybrid cars because a roof component did not meet requirements for protecting against head injuries. Read More »

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