In self-driving car race, Waymo leads traditional automakersMay 8
Execs see partnership perks even as China opens marketApril 30
International auto executives say they are in no rush to shake up their joint ventures with Chinese carmakers, despite Beijing's promise to loosen limitations on foreign investment. Regional bosses for Nissan, Ford and Toyota say they'll stick with partners for now.
Don't bet on widespread breakups of JVs in ChinaApril 23
Ken Garff's pioneering partnership breaks upApril 21
Daimler investor Li Shufu says automakers must talk or face oblivionApril 16
Geely owner Li Shufu, who in February became Daimler's biggest shareholder, said traditional automakers need a business model based more on sharing technology to generate acceptable returns in future.
VW, Hino agree to form strategic truck partnershipApril 12
Dividing to conquer: The new megatrendApril 9
Global parts makers know they have to deliver the technologies that will make vehicles drive themselves and talk to each other in traffic. To get that job done, some supplier giants are splitting in two.