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VW, four suppliers team up to push common autonomous driving tech

Volkswagen Group of America and four major suppliers have formed an alliance to work on highly technical issues that will have to be resolved to make autonomous vehicles a reality. ... Read More »

Ford’s depot positions Detroit, Dearborn for transit corridor

Bill Ford's grand vision of developing a "transportation invention corridor" along Michigan Avenue is going to require some grand thinking and probably a pile of public and private money. ... Read More »

Manheim Completes Bold Auction Transformation

ATLANTA — With the completion of its $400 million auction and process transformation, Manheim says wholesale buyers and sellers can now experience simpler transactions and processes at 78 locations, as well as take advantage of powerful tools and self-service...

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U.S. set to limit China investments

President Donald Trump plans to spur more trade tensions with China by barring many Chinese companies from investing in American technology firms, and by blocking additional tech exports to Beijing. ... Read More »

Toyota hires Manjit Singh as North American chief information officer

Toyota's new North American IT chief has a wide-ranging background in industries such as gambling, food and razors. Now he'll try his hand at in the auto space, filling the role left open by his recently promoted new boss. ... Read More »

CarSoup Integrates Clarivoy Attribution Technology

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Automotive marketing attribution provider Clarivoy announced that CarSoup.com has embedded Clarivoy’s multitouch attribution technology into its website, which ensures proper credit is attributed to those marketing sources that influenced...

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Loved by Musk, mocked by critics, Tesla’s tent gets put to test

If Elon Musk makes good on his pledge that Tesla will be pumping out 5,000 Model 3 sedans a week by the end of the month, it may be thanks to the curious structure outside the company's factory. ... Read More »

FTC and DOJ Approve Procedural Changes to HSR Form Instructions

The Federal Trade Commission, with the concurrence of the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, has approved amendments to the Hart-Scott-Rodino Premerger Notification Rules and to the instructions for filling out the form that companies use to...

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Italy aims to pass Norway as Europe’s No. 1 EV market

Italy's new government has a plan to put 1 million electric vehicles on the nation's roads by 2022 in an push to go from being the region's weakest EV market to replacing Norway as its strongest. ... Read More »

Trump tariffs could run European convertibles off U.S. roads

Expensive European convertibles are among the vehicles that could become rare on American roads if President Trump's proposal to impose 20 percent tariffs on imported cars takes effect. ... Read More »
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