Jaguar Land Rover's Q4 sales rise 16% to record highTue, 23, May 2017
Ford to cut 1,400 salaried jobs in North America, AsiaWed, 17, May 2017
Toyota president feels 'sense of crisis' as profits tumbleWed, 10, May 2017
Foreign exchange rates and spiraling costs hammered profits at Toyota, derailing the automaker from a third-straight year of record results and spurring President Akio Toyoda to warn of an impending "sense of crisis."
Ford job cut reports meet indifference on Wall StreetTue, 16, May 2017
In new automotive era, even Toyota strugglesMon, 15, May 2017
A lackluster test drive of an EV prototype underscores for Akio Toyoda the new challenges posed by an evolving auto industry. His reaction has Toyota in crisis mode as it grapples with next-generation technologies and plunging profits.
Japan's automakers scramble to fill truck gapSun, 14, May 2017
Mitsubishi's comeback keys: Crossovers, expansionMon, 15, May 2017
Nissan profit falls 6% on currency losses, rising incentivesThu, 11, May 2017
ADESA parent says Q1 net, revenue rise 14% on more auction activityThu, 11, May 2017
Magna Q1 net income rises 19% to $586 millionThu, 11, May 2017
TrueCar narrows Q1 net loss as revenue rises 22%Wed, 10, May 2017
Takata reports 3rd consecutive annual lossWed, 10, May 2017
Takata reported a full-year net loss of $699 million -- its third consecutive annual loss -- as the embattled supplier faces bankruptcy over costs related to the recall of its potentially deadly airbag inflators.