Toyota gets license to Microsoft's connected vehicle patentsWed, 22, Mar 2017
VW, Tata partner on parts, mobility services in IndiaFri, 10, Mar 2017
PSA takes first steps to U.S. market entry with ride-sharing serviceThu, 23, Feb 2017
PSA will be a partner in TravelCar, a ride-sharing service set to begin in April at airports in San Francisco and Los Angeles, as the automaker takes the first steps toward re-entering the North American market.
VW pulled out of Daimler deal before embarking on diesel cheatSat, 14, Jan 2017
Mobileye, Here agree to partner on autonomous technolgyThu, 29, Dec 2016
Toyota's growth model turns on servicesMon, 07, Nov 2016
For eight decades, Toyota's business model was straightforward: Sell more cars, make more profit. But in the future, top Toyota executives say, growth will come not from selling more cars but from selling services that let owners use the cars like mobile phones. The transformation is under way.
NISSAN'S GHOSN: CEO already plotting next targetsMon, 31, Oct 2016
Carlos Ghosn is five months from the conclusion of his multiyear Power 88 business plan, with its targets for increased profitability and bigger market share. He now has to decide what his next targets will be.
Map provider Here forms partnership with AlibabaTue, 25, Oct 2016
Here, a major automotive provider of maps for onboard navigation systems owned by BMW, Mercedes and Audi, says it has formed a partnership with China's Alibaba to offer maps, traffic updates and navigation to Alibaba's customers.
Hachigo: Honda is just fine on its ownSun, 23, Oct 2016
Suddenly, Honda looks like the odd man in Japan. Toyota just added Suzuki to its growing stable of partners, and Nissan is poised to take control of Mitsubishi. Meanwhile, Honda is left by its lonesome in the face of industry consolidation.
Toyota lures another partner into its orbitMon, 17, Oct 2016
Toyota, Suzuki explore green car, technology partnershipWed, 12, Oct 2016
Toyota and Suzuki have agreed to explore collaboration in green cars, safety and information technology. The collaboration would try to leverage Suzuki's strengths in low-cost, compact cars and Toyota's strengths in advanced r&d and larger vehicles, the automakers said.