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Toyota’s Gazoo line will find its way into U.S. products

Toyota debuts a GR sports car series for Japan and beyond. The U.S. may not get the name, but its future products will get a healthy dose of the line's sporty spirit. ... Read More »

Audi signals diminished interest in hydrogen fuel cell vehicles

The tepid outlook from one of the world's largest automakers could ripple across the industry by slowing or discouraging the adoption of fuel cell technology, which will require increased global scale and infrastructure investments to catch on. ... Read More »

Dealers More Optimistic About Used Car Market vs. New

ATLANTA — Franchise dealers now view the pre-owned market more optimistically than the new-vehicle market, according to a new sentiment index from Cox Automotive.The finding speaks to the current shift of car buyers with prime and subprime credit toward...

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Consumers Union wants mpg ratings for heavy-duty pickups

Consumers Union is pressing the government to publish and require fuel-economy estimates for heavy-duty pickups, after its tests found diesel-powered trucks underperformed gasoline ones. ... Read More »

California sets demands for emissions talks with automakers, White House

California may reopen discussions on its greenhouse gas limits for cars and trucks for 2025, so long as automakers and the Trump administration embrace significantly tougher targets the state is seeking for later years. ... Read More »

CarMax Q2 profit rises despite hit from Harvey

CarMax's net income rose 12 percent in its fiscal second quarter as the largest used-vehicle retailer in the U.S. saw only a "modest" loss of sales from Hurricane Harvey. ... Read More »

SouthwestRe, DAC Sold to Canada’s Largest Publicly Trade Company

QUEBEC CITY — One of the largest life and health insurance companies in Canada has signed an agreement to acquire shares of third-party administrator SouthwestRe and its insurance arm, Dealers Assurance Co. (DAC), for $135 million.Last year, iA Financial...

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U.S. study argues for tougher rules of origin under NAFTA

Seeking to bolster its case for tougher rules of origin under NAFTA, the Trump administration released a new study that shows U.S. value-added content is declining for manufactured goods imported from Mexico and Canada. ... Read More »

Uber stripped of license to operate in London

Unions, lawmakers and cab drivers have blasted Uber over working conditions and Transport of London said the company's "approach and conduct demonstrate a lack of corporate responsibility in relation to a number of issues which have potential public... ... Read More »

Servicemembers and debt collection: Sharing your stories

Servicemembers consistently report their issues with debt collection to us. These are some of their experiences.  ... Read More »
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