New paths to scale the heightsApril 8, 2018
In an era when traditional car companies and suppliers are competing with tech startups (or acquiring them) there are new methods of finding and furthering their careers of the best and brightest.
A dreamer's impossible dream, achievedJuly 2
It's very difficult to buy a dealership. Say Patel didn't let that stop him.
Carl Sewell is driven to connectJune 5
Retail legend Carl Sewell's battle with cancer changed the course of his dealership group — but the emphasis on connecting with customers remains.
Toyota's Leroy to speak next month at Europe congressMay 29
Didier Leroy, Toyota's highest ranking non-Japanese executive, will speak at the Automotive News Europe Congress on June 21 in Barcelona, Spain.
IHS manager Jackson moves to supplier trade associationMay 29
The Original Equipment Suppliers Association has tapped IHS veteran Mike Jackson as its executive director of strategy and research.
Why tiny Mazda rules amateur racingMay 21
Mazda's footprint in the auto industry is tiny. But its reach in the world of club and amateur racing is unparalleled.
Mueller, overseer of Takata fund, gets new assignmentMay 22
A federal judge in Detroit may need to find someone else to oversee a compensation fund for victims of defective Takata airbags.
Toyota's CEO was satisfied with his car-guy status until he bumped heads with Hiromu NaruseMay 21
Akio Toyoda not only runs Toyota Motor Corp. but is its master driver, the final arbiter of what makes a Lexus a Lexus and a Toyota a Toyota. Knowing how to drive - no, race - a car makes him like no other CEO in the 79 years since his grandfather founded the company.
Toyota’s driving chief learns the secret sauceMay 22
In an interview with Asia Editor Hans Greimel, Akio Toyoda, 61, talked about his interest in racing and how it now influences the flavor of Lexus and Toyota vehicles.
Carlos Tavares stays on trackMay 20
For PSA CEO Carlos Tavares, racing is perhaps more natural than running a global car company with annual revenues of $59 billion.
Mark Reuss, in the 'knothole'May 22
As much as Mark Reuss, a licensed road racer who created General Motors' Performance Division, relishes the fast lane, his appreciation for the carpool lane also runs deep.