VW labor leaders warn politicians not to put jobs in jeopardyAug. 10
VW's powerful labor representatives urged lawmakers not to use the carmaker as a political football ahead of national elections next month and risk threatening jobs in Germany.
Aston Martin calls for investment clarity after inconclusive UK electionJune 9
Aston Martin called on British politicians to provide rapid reassurances to business after a snap election gave no party an overall majority in the UK parliament.
Expect change in Washington to be slowDec. 19, 2016
When President-elect Trump takes office in January, we will see lots of new faces in Washington, including those of cabinet members and new heads of key agencies with auto industry oversight.
Trump was in tune with the rank and fileDec. 12, 2016
I recently re-subscribed to your publication after a long hiatus, and I am not sure I like what I am seeing.
CO2 ruling puts Trump, automakers in a bindDec. 5, 2016
The EPA's surprise decision last week to uphold its greenhouse-gas targets keeps the auto industry pretty much where it was before the presidential election.
Political opinion is not welcomeDec. 5, 2016
Your Nov. 28 editorial, "Along with regulation and trade, ideals are at stake in Trump era," includes a litany of claims that you attribute to Donald Trump's supporters. I disagree with all your opinions.
Let's keep the Trump team focusedDec. 5, 2016
Thank you for your thoughtful and courageous Nov. 28 editorial inviting your readers to keep a close eye on the Trump administration.
A strong statement on American idealsDec. 5, 2016
Your Nov. 28 editorial on fighting back against the tide of destruction of American ideals makes me proud to be a subscriber and supporter of Automotive News.
Autos will be key for Trump's successDec. 5, 2016
President-elect Donald Trump is at the start of one of the toughest acts in politics: making the pivot from campaigning to governing. One thing he'll need for success is a vibrant auto industry.
BorgWarner ready for another acquisitionNov. 21, 2016
BorgWarner CEO James Verrier doesn't care which way the political winds blow. He wants to take the supplier deeper into hybrid and EV power electronics.
Auto funk or Trump bump? The market awaits economic planNov. 12, 2016
Just as U.S. auto sales stagnate after six years of steady growth, the industry faces an added jolt of uncertainty in the form of President-elect Donald Trump.
The industry sees a window for some regulatory reliefNov. 12, 2016
Automakers are seizing on what they see as a fresh opportunity to recast the industry's relationship with the U.S. government now that Donald Trump has been elected president.