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AutoNation trims top exec ranks, launches $50M restructuring plan

Less than four months after AutoNation began a search for a new CEO, four top-level executives — including its COO — are leaving the company. ... Read More »

Ghosn: ‘I have been wrongly accused’

A handcuffed Carlos Ghosn made his first public appearance since being arrested almost two months ago, telling a Tokyo court he was “wrongly accused and unfairly detained” as he mounted a point-by-point defense against the accusations facing him. The ousted...

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GM, Unifor to discuss Oshawa plant’s future Tuesday at 2 p.m.

General Motors was initially going to meet with Unifor by Jan. 7 to discuss the union's proposals to save the Oshawa assembly plant. The meeting will now happen Tuesday as the automaker wanted more time reviewing the ideas, the union says. ... Read More »

Chevy harnesses neuromarketing tech for 2019 Silverado ads

Chevy used neuromarketing for its new ad campaign for the redesigned 2019 Silverado. ... Read More »

Subaru sheds more light on STI S209

One week before the STI S209 makes its North American International Auto Show debut, Subaru of America is stoking the fires of the performance car. ... Read More »

CareGard Names Myers, Zwart VPs

Bryan Myers and John Zwart have been promoted to vice president of sales and vice president of agent relations at CareGard Warranty Services. ... Read More »

Caton, Kramer Make Partner at Hudco

Attorneys Anastasia Caton and Erica Kramer have been promoted to partner at Hudson Cook, increasing the firm’s female equity partnership to 44%. ... Read More »

CompliancePoint Enters Automotive Industry

Cybersecurity provider CompliancePoint announced plans to tailor its data privacy solutions to the needs of automotive manufacturers, finance sources, and dealers. ... Read More »

Chilean lithium exports grew 38% to $949 million in 2018

Chile's exports of lithium carbonate grew as demand and prices for the key component in electric vehicle batteries continues to rise. ... Read More »

In a muddy field, Musk sees a future in China for Tesla

Elon Musk trekked to the outskirts of Shanghai on a rainy Monday to break ground on Tesla's first car-production site outside the U.S. And in typical Musk fashion, he was big on promises and can-do attitude. ... Read More »