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| UPDATED: 3/23/17 11:37 am ET - adds details

Superior Industries offers $715 million for Europe's Uniwheels

Wheel supplier Superior Industries has launched an offer to buy Uniwheels for around $715 million after winning the support of the German company's biggest shareholder.


Magna sharpens focus on camera production for autonomous vehicles

Magna International sees onboard cameras as a significant segment for growth in the supply chain, projecting camera-based driver assistance systems to be worth $10 billion per year by 2020.


Wake up! Your supplier's plant is on fire!

Somewhere in the world this month, a typhoon might delay a shipment of auto parts. A violent mob could shut a supplier's factory, or a faraway

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Wake up! Your supplier's plant is on fire!

Somewhere in the world this month, a typhoon might delay a shipment of auto parts. A violent mob could shut a supplier's factory, or a faraway boardroom spat might halt a critical product investment.


Nvidia self-driving partnerships detailed

Last week, Nvidia spelled out details of two partnerships it has for its self-driving computer chips: one deal with in which Robert Bosch GmbH that will use Nvidia's chips to power its self-driving supercomputer, and one with truckmaker Paccar to make self-driving vehicles.


Rebounding Renesas sets up for growth

Japanese chipmaker Renesas bottlenecked much of the auto industry when its plant was damaged by Japan's 2011 killer earthquake. It now plans big growth thanks to its takeover of an American rival.

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