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Trump starts trade talks with South Korea

Talks starting Friday to amend a U.S.-South Korean trade deal must balance President Donald Trump's domestic agenda against the need to contain a nuclear armed North Korea, officials said. ... Read More »

China pushes for artificial intelligence in cars

China aims to implement artificial intelligence technology in at least half of all its new cars by 2020 and cover 90 percent of its big cities and highways with a wireless network. ... Read More »

Kalanick to sell some of his Uber stake

Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick plans to sell about 29 percent of his stake in the ride-hailing company, people with knowledge of the matter told Bloomberg. ... Read More »

VW cuts price of 3-row Tiguan in conquest move

VW is lowering the price of the new three-row Tiguan by $600 to $2,180, depending on the trim level, to better "conquest customers" in the highly competitive compact crossover market. ... Read More »

VW cuts price of 3-row Tiguan in conquest move

VW is lowering the price of the new three-row Tiguan by $600 to $2,180, depending on the trim level, to better "conquest customers" in the highly competitive compact crossover market. ... Read More »

GM brings inventories under control

GM executives last year said they would bring their burgeoning inventories under control. They delivered. ... Read More »

Kia plans to show EV at CES

Kia Motors will showcase an electric vehicle concept Monday during CES in Las Vegas. ... Read More »

Global Autonomous Vehicle Sales to Reach 33M by 2040

Automakers should be able to increase global sales of fully autonomous vehicles to 33 million by 2040 from 51,000 in 2021 — the first year of significant volume, according to a forecast from IHS Markit.There should be 7.4 million autonomous vehicles operating...

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Rescinding the CFPB’s Auto Finance Guidance

I thought I’d use this month’s editorial to clear up a few things regarding the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. If anything, this exercise will get you caught up on why the battle for control of the CFPB is so important now that its former director,...

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Dealers and the On-Demand Economy

There seems to be app for everything these days, with consumers looking to their personally curated collection of mobile applications to gain power and convenience, or to just navigate their busy lives. And who hasn’t experienced the benefits of requesting...

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