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The Trump administration persuaded VW to comply with sanctions on Iran and end almost all of its business in the country, according to a U.S. official.
Aston Martin says it is seeking a valuation of up to 5.07 billion pounds ($6.7 billion) from a public stock offering in October. The automaker is expected to publish a prospectus on Thursday.
A federal judge in New York dismissed a criminal case brought against General Motors in 2015 over the company's handling of an ignition-switch defect linked to 124 deaths.
Now that federal prosecutors have a toehold on their investigation, they can dig in to look for other signs of misconduct at Tesla.
Cadillac is expanding its V-series performance subbrand starting with the arrival of the CT6-V in the spring, GM product chief Mark Reuss said at Cadillac's dealer business conference in Las Vegas.
NAFTA talks are picking up again but a deal is unlikely to be reached this week -- increasing the odds the latest deadline will be missed amid Donald Trump's threat to freeze Canada out.
AutoNation seeks next CEO, Jackson to become executive chair; Tesla confirms DOJ probe; European auto sales surge; A bad-weather remedy for AVs?; Thieves still loyal to Honda.
AutoNation is launching a search for a new CEO as longtime leader Mike Jackson prepares to move into a new role as executive chairman of the country's largest new-vehicle dealership group. Jackson turns 70 in February.
Ingenuity unleashed: More recession-survival tales: She turned aggravation to advocacy; How letters saved a Buick store; Reversing a 30% sales drop; Future NADA chief cut losses early.
Of the 13 publicly traded automakers with at least 100,000 workers at the end of their most-recent fiscal year, 11 had more staff compared with 2013, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
The MKT, known almost exclusively for commercial fleet sales, will remain in Lincoln's lineup after its replacement, the Aviator, debuts next year.
Major retailers such as CarMax and Sonic saw little damage from Florence. Local dealers in hard-hit areas were less fortunate.
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