Daimler adopts Silicon Valley tactics to counter new rivalsDaimler is embracing Silicon Valley management techniques in a drive to speed up decision making, empower staff and fend off new rivals such as electric-vehicle maker Tesla Motors.
Consumer interest in automotive technology, safety is growing, survey shows
As the list of available automotive tech features gets longer, consumer interest in such features has reflected advancements, a new survey shows.
Borgward turns to Daimler again to fill top engineering rolesBorgward, the German brand being revived with Chinese backing, has once again tapped former Daimler executives in its latest round of management hiring.
NADA seeks donations to help dealership families affected by floodsNational Automobile Dealers Association President Peter Welch is asking dealerships across the U.S. to donate $1,000 each to NADA's Emergency Relief Fund and is hoping to raise $2 million total for dealership employees affected by the floods in Louisiana.
Akerson: Trump can't be our CEOFormer GM CEO Dan Akerson endorsed Democrat Hillary Clinton for president and sharply criticized Donald Trump.
Ernie Lofton, former head of the UAW's Ford department, died Aug. 4. He was 84.
Uber's point man on automated driving came from FordIf Sherif Marakby is successful managing the transformation of a fleet of 100 Volvo XC90s into self-driving vehicles, it could put Uber in the lead in the race to commercialize autonomous driving.
Cadillac Escala concept shows hints of the futureAfter teasing the public with dramatic and unlikely concept cars in two previous years, Cadillac used this year's Monterey Car Week to glimpse into a future that will actually happen.
The public dealerships are buying -- and selling
In the first half of 2016, the public dealership groups sold nearly as many dealerships as they acquired, according to "The Blue Sky Report," a quarterly publication by dealership buy-sell adviser Erin Kerrigan.