NBA All-Star Weekend boosts Autotrader's new siteFeb. 20
VW bid to delay first U.S. diesel emissions trial rejectedFeb. 20
Waymo wins Arizona's approval for first driverless ride-hailing serviceFeb. 16
GM, Ford, VW, Toyota among automakers providing up to $130 million for Takata's U.S. settlementFeb. 14
U.S. touts NAFTA progress with Mexico as Trump criticizes CanadaFeb. 13
GM's Maven car-sharing comes to Toronto amid stiff competitionFeb. 13
Four FCA minivan suppliers face Unifor strike deadlineFeb. 12
Contracts expire March 4 at four plants that supply FCA's Windsor Assembly complex, the sole factory for the automaker's flagship minivan. The suppliers make parts ranging from powertrains to instrument panels.
Why Toyota isn't sweating slump in North AmericaFeb. 12
How serious are Toyota's problems in North America? Big enough to undercut the parent company's latest quarterly results, but not enough to dim the outlook for the fiscal year or to make Toyota an outlier among its competitors.
Hard-driving Nissan: Time to ease up on the pressureFeb. 12
Nissan CEO Hiroto Saikawa has given the automaker's new North American boss some 60 days to devise a plan that may ease off the company's hard-driving reliance on incentives and fleet sales to deliver volume.