BorgWarner makes EV play with Sevcon dealJuly 17
BorgWarner agreed to acquire British supplier Sevcon for an estimated $200 million in a deal that adds more electric vehicle technology to the supplier's vehicle-propulsion engineering and product portfolio.
Mainstay at the SpeedwayMay 22
Suppliers optimistic after strong first-quarter profitsMay 1
BorgWarner Q1 gains driven by organic growthApril 27
BorgWarner invests $10M in Silicon Valley venture capital fundApril 4
Borg Warner sees hybrid, electric car parts growth despite U.S. uncertaintyMarch 31
AutoNews Now: What suppliers want from TrumpFeb. 15
Suppliers see opportunity as auto industry shifts to mobilityFeb. 14
BorgWarner records $441 million charge to fight asbestos claimsFeb. 9
Suppliers: Big money from EVs still years awayJan. 30
Bosch, Mahle to bail out of turbochargers JVJan. 23
Mahle and Robert Bosch plan to sell their turbocharger partnership, citing a failure to achieve economies of scale despite strong sales growth. Their joint venture, Bosch Mahle Turbo Systems, has two plants in Austria and China and employs 1,400 workers.