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FORD’S KUMAR GALHOTRA: ‘We have a lot of great product this year’

Ford President of North America Kumar Galhotra discusses Ford's 10 percent profit margin target, the soon-to-be-revived Bronco and the next-generation F-150. ... Read More »

As Nissan sees talent exodus, FCA-Renault comes at awkward time

Rapid turnover of executives in the wake of the Carlos Ghosn scandal is fanning a global diaspora of former Nissan talent across the auto industry and complicating the Japanese automaker's recovery efforts. ... Read More »

Renault’s Senard, the ‘Anti-Ghosn,’ is a stabilizing force

Renault Chairman Jean-Dominique Senard brings a long record of success at complex, global industrial enterprises, including most recently, Michelin. ... Read More »

FORD’S GALHOTRA: ‘We have a lot of great product this year’

The North Americas boss discusses Ford's 10 percent profit margin target, the soon-to-be-revived Bronco and the next-generation F-150. ... Read More »

FCA offer to Renault comes amid Nissan talent exodus

Rapid turnover of executives in the wake of the Carlos Ghosn scandal is fanning a global diaspora of former Nissan talent across the auto industry and complicating the Japanese automaker's recovery efforts. ... Read More »

Subaru’s rapid growth spurs need for technicians

Subaru is working to double its force of technicians to 13,000 in the next four years to address a shortage spurred by growing sales. ... Read More »

Vendors get a hard look as dealer profits fall

Many dealers say that cutting vendor costs is a priority this year. The reviews follow a year in which the average U.S. light-vehicle dealership reported a loss on operations for the first time in at least a decade. ... Read More »

The sudden rise of the subcompact crossover

In a U.S. market with an almost insatiable appetite for spacious crossovers and SUVs, there's plenty of room for their bite-size counterparts. ... Read More »

Italian automotive supplier plans new manufacturing plant in Detroit

Tiberina Group, a supplier of body-in-white and metal stampings for the auto industry, acquired 10 acres of land at the former American Axle site near downtown Detroit. ... Read More »

U.S. auto sales expected to slip 5th-straight month

The U.S. auto industry is limping into the usually robust summer selling season, analysts say, as rising new-vehicle prices and affordability concerns continue to outweigh strong employment growth and high consumer confidence. ... Read More »