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Ford to cut 1,400 salaried jobs in North America, Asia

Automotive Business Review - 17 mai 2017 - 15:04
Ford said it plans to cut 10 percent of its salaried employees -- about 1,400 positions -- in North America and Asia to reduce costs amid slowing sales and growing investments in new technology.

Tesla rebuffed Uber partnership on self-driving cars, book says

Automotive Business Review - 17 mai 2017 - 13:48
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick rang up Tesla CEO Elon Musk last year to propose a partnership on self-driving cars, according to an upcoming book.

Audi CEO Stadler's contract to be extended to end of 2022

Automotive Business Review - 17 mai 2017 - 13:30
Audi boss Rupert Stadler, 54, will be given another five years as CEO, VW's luxury brand said. The board vote to extend Stadler's contract was unanimous,

Audi to extend CEO Stadler's contract through end of 2022, report says

Automotive Business Review - 17 mai 2017 - 13:30
Audi CEO Rupert Stadler's contract will be extended by another five years through 2022, people familiar with the matter told Reuters.

Renault aims for the next level

Automotive Business Review - 17 mai 2017 - 07:01
A man with lofty ambitions is the highest-ranked newest commercial to join our weekly viral video chart.

Honda Civic Type R on track in new campaign

Automotive Business Review - 16 mai 2017 - 23:10
Prepping for the launch of the Civic Type R, Honda unveiled a new television spot emphasizing the car's racing roots.

Ford job cut reports meet indifference on Wall Street

Automotive Business Review - 16 mai 2017 - 22:39
Investors shrugged off media reports that Ford will announce plans to cut thousands of white-collar workers, highlighting the challenges facing CEO Mark Fields.

Commerce Dept. investigates steel imports used in auto parts

Automotive Business Review - 16 mai 2017 - 21:00
The Department of Commerce is looking into U.S. steel industry complaints that foreign competitors have gained an unfair advantage by selling at artificially low prices.

EU will investigate Italy over handling of Fiat emissions case

Automotive Business Review - 16 mai 2017 - 20:58
The EU plans to launch legal action against Italy for failing to properly police allegations of emissions-test cheating by FCA, EU sources said.

EU to investigate Italy over handling of Fiat emissions case

Automotive Business Review - 16 mai 2017 - 20:58
The EU plans to launch legal action against Italy for failing to properly police allegations of emissions-test cheating by FCA, EU sources said.

EU to investigate Italy over handling of Fiat emissions case, report says

Automotive Business Review - 16 mai 2017 - 20:58
The EU plans to launch infringement proceedings against the Italian government over its handling of an emission-cheating investigation into FCA, a report said.

BMW adds Delphi as autonomous development partner

Automotive Business Review - 16 mai 2017 - 17:19
BMW added Delphi as a new partner in its development of advanced autonomous systems, signaling a new stage in bringing self-driving cars to market by 2021.

Waymo's next challenge is making driverless passengers feel safe

Automotive Business Review - 16 mai 2017 - 15:45
For years Google wanted to ensure its driverless cars were safe. Now, comes the next big test: getting regular civilians comfortable passing the wheel to a machine.

Musk's cousin Rive, former SolarCity CEO, to leave Tesla

Automotive Business Review - 16 mai 2017 - 14:40
Lyndon Rive, the former CEO of SolarCity and first cousin of Tesla CEO Elon Musk, will leave the electric automaker next month.

Ford plans to cut global work force by 10%, reports say

Automotive Business Review - 16 mai 2017 - 05:00
Ford is preparing major cuts to its worldwide work force amid renewed efforts to hike profits and address the company's falling share price, The Wall Street Journal and Reuters reported, citing people briefed on the move.

Ford plans to cut global workforce by 10%, reports say

Automotive Business Review - 16 mai 2017 - 05:00
Ford is preparing major cuts to its worldwide workforce amid renewed efforts to hike profits and address the company's falling share price, The Wall Street Journal and Reuters reported, citing people briefed on the move.

Ford plans to cut global workforce by 10%, WSJ says

Automotive Business Review - 16 mai 2017 - 05:00
Ford is preparing major cuts to its worldwide workforce amid renewed efforts to hike profits and address the company's falling share price, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing people briefed on the move.

AutoNation COO Berman resigns

Automotive Business Review - 16 mai 2017 - 00:15
AutoNation President and COO Bill Berman resigned Monday, just three months after being named president. The nation's largest dealership group said CEO Mike Jackson will take on Berman's operating duties until the company finds a replacement.

Former AutoNation exec buys 4 stores

Automotive Business Review - 15 mai 2017 - 23:46
Former AutoNation COO Mike Maroone has come out of retirement to buy four stores in Colorado from Joe Serra.

GM commits to 'green' natural rubber for millions of tires

Automotive Business Review - 15 mai 2017 - 22:00
GM is pledging to buy sustainable natural rubber for the 49 million tires it buys a year under a plan aimed at helping small farmers while protecting company profits by ensuring the material's long-term availability.
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