Can tiny Key Safety digest Takata?

Key Safety Systems is starting to look like the Mouse that Roared. The Michigan airbag maker is engaged in an uphill battle to acquire Takata Corp.

 

Amazon could shake up parts business

Amazon used to be too slow to satisfy aftermarket parts customers. That's no longer the case - and parts makers are taking notice.

Steering supplier JTEKT begins reinventing the wheel

JTEKT, the world's No. 1 steering system supplier, is preparing for the day that self-steering autonomous cars make its main bread-and-butter

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Can tiny Key Safety digest Takata?

Key Safety Systems is starting to look like the Mouse that Roared. The Michigan airbag maker is engaged in an uphill battle to acquire Takata Corp.

Mahle zooms in on wiring headaches

Mahle Service Solutions has launched a technology venture using wire harness data to let assembly technicians zoom to the heart of vehicle test failures.

Suppliers' mood turning up, survey finds

Now that the election turmoil is over, suppliers say they are more confident about business. But they are still anxious about the Trump administration's trade issues.

Denso U.S. chief seeks partners

Since becoming CEO of Denso's North American business last year, Kenichiro Ito has been busy reaching out to U.S. technology companies as partners. The stakes? Denso's future.

When driverless cars call for backup

Technology suppliers see redundant systems as the most logical answer to the driverless car dilemma - what happens if an autonomous drive function fails?

Tower's adjusted earnings rise 23% in Q4

Tower International reported fourth-quarter adjusted earnings of $56.2 million, up 23 percent from $45.9 million a year ago, while net income plummeted 88 percent for the quarter.

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