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EPA official Grundler will speak at World Congress

Christopher Grundler, the EPA official who will rule on Volkswagen's efforts to resume selling diesel-powered vehicles in the U.S., will speak at the Automotive News World Congress on Wednesday, Jan. 13.  » READ

Fields, Ghosn lead Congress lineup


Andersson is set to speak at congress


Tesla's Musk focused on turning EV skeptics into believers


Marchionne: Predicting problems can stem recalls


Barra: A female CEO shouldn't be a shocker


Google car project finds friends in industry


Ford vows not to rush Sync 3


Musk: 'Keep driving our volume' to hit targets


Good times won't last forever, analyst says


Purchasing chief: Thriving suppliers are good for GM


Luxury brands seek an edge with tech


FCA's Bigland says loan terms will grow, making price increases more affordable


In-store experience lacks online efficiency, panelists say


Barra reflects on tumultuous first year as GM CEO


Bosch outlines 10-year path to door-to-door driverless car


Analyst forecasts 17 million U.S. sales in 2015, 20 million in 2018


Ford will limit aluminum mostly to trucks, Hinrichs says


Google in talks with OEMs, suppliers to build self-driving cars


Mercedes-Benz seeks new communication ties to customers


Suppliers learn to innovate quickly


JLR follows peers into 4-cyl. engines


Marchionne sees industry consolidation as a given


TrueCar says app will help automakers know, target customers


Porsche considering plug-in 911, Maier says


Musk urges automakers to move faster on EVs


Ford keeps IHS customer-loyalty title; Maserati takes conquest honors


Audi sales chief unveils virtual reality system for shoppers


BMW looks at time as ultimate luxury


World Congress panel to explore vehicle innovation


Panelists to focus on retail trends


Why I won't be at the conference