U.S. import investigation borders on 'provocation,' German trade group saysMay 24
A U.S. decision to launch a national security investigation into car imports borders on provocation, and marks a further low point in business ties with Europe that will hit both manufacturers and consumers, Germany's DIHK Chambers of Industries and Commerce said.
Uber shutters self-driving program in ArizonaMay 23
In Trump vs. California, Mary Nichols unlike any other negotiatorMay 23
As the head of CARB, Mary Nichols is arguably California's most powerful weapon in its war with President Donald Trump over the state's plan to combat climate change and have automakers toe the California line.
Germany's Grammer buying Toledo Molding & Die in $271 million dealMay 22
Martinrea opens tech center in Michigan, moves jobs from TorontoMay 22
At least 18 Jeep vehicles damaged in fire in ToledoMay 21
For Nissan in U.S. it's no pain, no gainMay 21
Following its 28 percent U.S. sales plunge in April, Nissan promises that the short-term pain will be worth the long-term gain. Starting this summer, CEO Hiroto Saikawa says, Nissan and its dealers will begin reaping the rewards of newfound discipline.