Business and Finance
Tesla dinged by Consumer Reports for not implementing safety featureWed, 26, Apr 2017
Canadian supplier Linamar at center of Trump-NAFTA clashWed, 26, Apr 2017
Going global has paid off handsomely for Linamar. Enter Donald Trump. The U.S. president's election is the latest in a string of populist, anti-globalization events. Linamar CEO Linda Hasenfratz is undaunted.
Penske Automotive's Q1 net rises 3.5% on acquisitions, U.K.Wed, 26, Apr 2017
Fiat Chrysler Q1 profit rises on shift to SUV sales; N.A. results flatWed, 26, Apr 2017
Basic NAFTA deal likely by mid-2018, says Chamber of Commerce chiefMon, 24, Apr 2017
First Shift: Consumer Reports cuts Tesla ratingsWed, 26, Apr 2017
Daimler says U.S. diesel probes could result in penalties, recallsWed, 26, Apr 2017
Daimler reiterated that recent steps by U.S. authorities to investigate diesel-emissions pollution and so-called auxiliary emission control devices could lead to significant penalties and vehicle recalls.
Oil powerhouse Total predicts a boom in EV salesWed, 26, Apr 2017
Electric cars are coming fast -- and that's not just the opinion of carmakers anymore. Total, one of the world's biggest oil producers, is now saying EVs may constitute almost a third of new-car sales by the end of the next decade.
GM investors will 'vote with their wallets,' says Greenlight CapitalWed, 26, Apr 2017
Greenlight Capital, which has been pressuring General Motors to restructure its share class, said it believed the automaker's shareholders will vote in their best financial interests and support the hedge fund's two-class stock proposal and nominees for the board.
Automakers ask California to ease rules for self-driving car testsWed, 26, Apr 2017
Automakers urged California to further ease its proposed regulations for autonomous vehicles, saying the state did not respond to their earlier objections by making enough revisions to its planned set of rules for self-driving cars.
BMW uses fear factor to rally staff in move to EVsWed, 26, Apr 2017
BMW has started putting staff through day-long events in Germany intended to warn them of the perils of not taking the electric-car revolution seriously. The message is that BMW must adapt, but the subtext is a recognition that the company has gone from leader to laggard in the technology.