Waymo claims former employee stole self-driving tech secrets
Waymo, in a lawsuit filed Thursday in California, claims Anthony Levandowski downloaded 14,000 files before leaving to start his own company, Otto, which was later bought by Uber. The suit is the latest sign that the battle over dominance in autonomous vehicle development is heating up.
Visteon builds on electronics segment gains in Q4
VW exec Schmidt pleads not guilty, but must stay behind bars, judge saysUPDATED: 2/23/17 6:32 pm ET -- corrected
Volkswagen executive Oliver Schmidt will remain behind bars as an extreme flight risk even after not-guilty pleas were entered on his behalf during his arraignment Thursday in U.S. District Court in Detroit.
Tesla's cash burn raises concerns on Wall StreetUPDATED: 2/23/17 4:15 pm ET - adds stock close
GM worker released from hospital after stabbing at Wentzville plant
Ghosn hands Nissan reins to cost-focused lieutenant
Nissan can manage just fine without Ghosn at the wheel
VW board expected to support Audi's Stadler despite criticism over scandal
Audi CEO Rupert Stadler is expected to win the backing of top officials at the carmaker and parent company Volkswagen Group this week, despite criticism of his handling of the group's emissions scandal, two sources close to the matter said.
PSA could sell Opel cars outside of EuropeUPDATED: Feb 23 15:00 CET - adds clarification
VW said to renew India push with Tata alliance talks
VW Group is in advanced talks to team up with Tata Motors as the German automaker takes another stab at India's fast-growing demand for cars, Bloomberg reported. Competition for India's booming market of middle-class drivers is intensifying, with global manufacturers from Fiat Chrysler to PSA expanding in the country.