Why leave Europe's car market? So many reasons.
Why is General Motors looking for a way out of Europe? That's easy. While home to many of the oldest and most venerable car brands in the world, Europe may also be the most brutally competitive and demanding market, with a complicated patchwork of regulations under which a host of American, European and Asian brands all compete.
What my subconscious saw at the Detroit show
As I walked through the Ford exhibit at the Detroit auto show, experts at a division of the company called Nielsen Consumer Neuroscience had me outfitted with biometric sensors and a pair of glasses that tracked the movement of my eyes as they darted around the environment until locking in on the GT.
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?
Restoring jobs at Canadian GM plant key to new contract, union says
GM must restore hundreds of jobs being cut at a southern Ontario assembly plant or risk failing to reach a new contract with the factory's workers this fall, the president of Canada's largest auto workers union said on Friday.
GM plans to build, test thousands of self-driving Bolts in 2018, report says
General Motors plans to deploy thousands of self-driving electric cars in test fleets in partnership with ride-sharing affiliate Lyft Inc, beginning in 2018, two sources familiar with the automaker’s plans told Reuters.
LotLinx names Dataium founder as president and chief product officer
Digital marketing company LotLinx has named Dataium founder Eric Brown its president and chief product officer.
Senate confirms Pruitt, giving EPA foe control of agency
The Senate narrowly confirmed Scott Pruitt to lead the Environmental Protection Agency, positioning the fierce critic of Obama-era climate rules to immediately begin undoing them.
Bill Baker, who 'put Land Rover on the map,' dies at 72
Bill Baker, the legendary PR man who played a key role in Land Rover's successful return to the U.S. market in 1986, died Thursday. He was 72.
Once Buick's lifeline, Opel isn't so crucial anymore
GM has already gotten more out of Opel for Buick than many ever would have imagined eight years ago -- the last time the automaker nearly sold the German carmaker.
Cooper-Standard says Q4 net income rises 43%
Cooper-Standard Holdings said fourth-quarter net income rose 43 percent to $31.1 million. Sales improved 2.4 percent to $875.4 million.
Ford found recipe for profits in Europe
Ford was unprofitable in Europe from 2011-2014. But then-CEO Alan Mulally implemented an aggressive restructuring plan that included shuttering three manufacturing plants, slashing thousands of jobs and reinvigorating its product lineup with new and freshened vehicles, including performance and luxury variants.