Intel poised to roll out first batch of self-driving carsOct. 22
Old Chrysler hand still seethes over dealer axingOct. 23
NAFTA's fate may rest with CongressOct. 23
President Trump doesn't have a completely free hand when it comes to trade. Congress has certain authorities to regulate international commerce, and NAFTA was enabled by a series of domestic laws that only Congress can change.
Nissan halts Japan-market outputOct. 23
Mexico auto group rejects U.S. proposal on NAFTA rules of originOct. 19
Who will protect American interests from American protectionism?Oct. 23
Don't wait with self-drivingOct. 23
GM to settle state ignition-switch litigation claims for $120 millionOct. 19
IIHS beefs up crash testing for top pick designationOct. 19
Ford says recall of F-150, Super Duty pickups to cost $267 million in Q4Oct. 18
NAFTA talks take acrimonious turnOct. 17
Efforts to renegotiate NAFTA have bogged down over controversial U.S. proposals, with Canada and Mexico blaming the U.S. for trying to protect its market at the expense of the region's economy and the U.S. pointing the finger at its partners for unwillingness to correct a large trade imbalance.