Litigation and Regulations
Withdrawal from NAFTA would cost U.S. jobs, CAR study findsTue, 17, Jan 2017
Lawsuit alleges FCA discriminated against African-American managersTue, 17, Jan 2017
A former Fiat Chrysler manager who oversaw the automaker’s work-force diversity efforts has filed a federal suit alleging that the automaker systematically discriminates against nonunion African-American supervisors.
VW's plot to fool the feds: How high up did it go?Mon, 16, Jan 2017
U.S. senator calls for probe of Fiat Chrysler diesel marketingFri, 13, Jan 2017
A top U.S. senator called for wider federal scrutiny into Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV's marketing of diesel-powered SUVs, as British regulators sought answers from the Italian-American automaker in the aftermath of Volkswagen AG's emissions violations.
Fiat Chrysler faces U.S. criminal emissions probe, report saysFri, 13, Jan 2017
Fiat Chrysler is under investigation by the Justice Department over its alleged failure to disclose software that violated emissions standards, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg -- another legal hurdle for a company already under criminal scrutiny for its sales practices.
EPA locks in 2025 fuel efficiency rulesFri, 13, Jan 2017
EPA chief Gina McCarthy finalized a determination that the landmark fuel efficiency rules instituted by President Barack Obama should be locked in through 2025, a bid to maintain a key part of his administration's climate legacy.
Number to watch: 604Mon, 16, Jan 2017
FCA accused by EPA of failing to disclose software allowing excess diesel emissionsThu, 12, Jan 2017
U.S. judge orders VW executive detainedThu, 12, Jan 2017
VW executives safe from U.S. extradition in home countryThu, 12, Jan 2017
In Canada, automakers seek to offset carbon emissions costsWed, 11, Jan 2017
Canadian auto industry executives are asking government ministers to mitigate the costs of reducing carbon emissions under a new program designed to help fight climate change, two sources familiar with the matter said.
Chao hits no roadblocks in confirmation hearing for DOT chiefWed, 11, Jan 2017
Donald Trump's choice to run the Transportation Department, Elaine Chao, defended the president-elect's $1 trillion infrastructure plan as a "bold vision" in an overwhelmingly friendly Senate confirmation hearing. But she declined to take positions on the regulation of developing technology such as autonomous vehicles.