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How states are spending $3 billion in VW settlements

The Volkswagen Group's sweeping diesel emissions violations cost the storied automaker more than $30.4 billion and is now helping fuel the rise of electric vehicles, buses and charging stations across the U.S. ... Read More »

Renault-Nissan names ex-Daimler exec connected car boss

Renault-Nissan has picked former Daimler executive Kal Mos to lead the alliance's connected car activities. Mos succeeds Ogi Redzic, a former Nokia executive who was head of connected vehicles and mobility services at alliance since 2016. ... Read More »

China state media slams Trump’s ‘gang of hoodlums’

China's state media lashed out at President Donald Trump on Friday, accusing the White House of behaving like a "gang of hoodlums" as the world's two biggest economies careened toward the start of an outright trade war. ... Read More »

U.S., China on brink of trade war

President Trump is firing the biggest shot yet in the global trade war by imposing tariffs on $34 billion of Chinese imports, including auto parts. ... Read More »

EPA’s Pruitt resigns amid swirl of scandals

Embattled EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt, who led the charge to scale back Obama-era fuel economy standards for light vehicles, resigned following months of damaging revelations about his conduct in office and allegations of ethical lapses. ... Read More »

Global automakers hail more ships to U.S. as trade battles heat up

Automakers are scrambling to ship vehicles to the United States to pre-empt possible higher tariffs, according to port data, port officials and logistics companies. ... Read More »

Tesla facing 3rd probe into workplace safety at Calif. factory

A California agency for occupational safety opened a third investigation at Tesla's factory in Fremont, Calif., following a complaint. ... Read More »

Toyota wins dismissal of suit over rodent-damaged soy-based wiring

A federal judge dismissed a class-action lawsuit against Toyota that sought compensation for damage caused by rodents chewing through insulation for engine wiring. ... Read More »

Edmunds: Stage Set for Market Contraction

SANTA MONICA, Calif. — A week after saying a strong economy is likely masking market factors bubbling just below the service that could start to slow down sales, Edmunds reported on Tuesday that auto loan interest rates in June likely reached their highest...

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MSP 501 Ranks Helion at No. 65 Worldwide

BALTIMORE — Helion Automotive Technologies announced it has been ranked No. 65 out of 501 top managed services providers in the world, up four spots in the 11th annual MSP 501 ranking. The MSP 501 is compiled by Channel Futures and is...

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