Dealer Ed Sykora died June 19. He was 83. He was the father-in-law of Texas dealer Annette Sykora, 2008 NADA chairman.
Melissa Burden joins Automotive News
Automotive News has hired veteran reporter Melissa Burden to cover retail subjects.
Dramatic arrest of Audi's CEO is a first — and a bit of a shock
It would have been just another busy week at Audi were it not for a little matter of the arrest and imprisonment of CEO Rupert Stadler.
GM realigns execs in autonomous push
General Motors has realigned the responsibilities of two top executives in a move that underscores the importance and immediacy of its work on autonomous vehicles. The change also gives product chief Mark Reuss more direct control over the revival of Cadillac.
Despite steady numbers, supplier sector churns
Beneath the surface of steady growth, change and repositioning are roiling the global supplier industry.
GM'S ALAN BATEY: Helping our dealers transform
General Motors is transforming its operations through new technology that promises rapid change for dealers.
GM's strides in C-suite diversity
Dhivya Suryadevara, at 39, is the same age as former GM CEO Rick Wagoner when he was named CFO in 1992. Her appointment blazes a few new trails.
BMW and Audi dealers call Trump tariff plans 'scary' and 'tragic'
Ask dealers about President Trump's threatening to tax imports of European models, and they'll tell you buyers of those cars might as well throw the money saved on their tax bills out the window.
VW may seek damages from Winterkorn over emissions violations
Volkswagen is reviewing whether to seek damages from former CEO Martin Winterkorn, who was at the helm when the company disclosed it had cheated on emissions tests, VW supervisory board member Stephan Weil told a newspaper.
Jeep Cherokee tops Cars.com's 2018 index of U.S.-made vehicles
The Jeep Cherokee SUV climbed to the top spot on a key index of American-made vehicles in the 2018 model year from second in 2017.
Tesla suffers another fire at Calif. plant
A machine used for paper recycling caught fire late Thursday at Tesla's plant in Fremont, Calif., outside the company's main EV assembly line, but manufacturing was unaffected.
Trump threatens 20% tariff on European Union cars
President Trump threatened to escalate a trade war with Europe by imposing a 20 percent tariff on all U.S. imports of European Union-assembled cars, a month after the administration launched an investigation into whether auto imports pose a national security threat.
How Trump's trade crusade could hit automakers in America
Over the past three decades, the global auto industry has gotten, well, more global. Manufacturers built scores of factories outside their home countries to reduce exposure to currency swings.
Tesla to close a dozen solar facilities in nine states, report says
Tesla's move to cut 9 percent of its workforce will sharply downsize the residential solar business it bought two years ago in a controversial transaction, Reuters reported.
GM risks Trump's ire with plan to build Blazer in Mexico
Just as President Trump is threatening tariffs on imported autos, GM plans to resurrect the Chevrolet Blazer -- this time as a sleeker crossover -- made in Mexico.
Russia may slap duties on U.S. cars, light trucks
Russia is the latest country to threaten the U.S. with retaliation for tariffs on metals imports, warning Friday that American cars could soon face higher taxes.
Daimler names sales, HR expert Karen Adt as new Smart boss
Daimler executive Karen Adt will become the head of the Smart brand, succeeding Annette Winkler, who is stepping down after eight years running the brand.