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ChargePoint urges judge to revise VW settlement

ChargePoint, the world's largest electric vehicle charging network, has asked a U.S. judge to order changes to Volkswagen AG's $2 billion agreement with the Justice Department to boost zero emission vehicle infrastructure. ... Read More »

Carvana Expands to Cincinnati Market

PHOENIX — Fueled by more than $460 million in additional funding, online pre-owned retailer Carvana is expanding into Cincinnati, the company announced today.With the addition of Cincinnati, Carvana will now be able to offer next-day car delivery to more...

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SNAAC Celebrates 30 Years in Business

CINCINNATI — Auto finances source Security National Automotive Acceptance Co. LLC (SNAAC) is celebrating 30 years in business this month, the company announced this week.“Since SNAAC was founded in 1986, the company has grown significantly, particularly...

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Tesla to provide plans for combined company before SolarCity merger vote

Tesla said today it will provide strategic and product plans for a combined company of the electric automaker and SolarCity Corp. ahead of a Nov. 17 merger vote by shareholders of both companies. ... Read More »

Daimler to rein in investments after EVs prompt surge

Daimler will scale back investments in plants, equipment and new technology from a peak this year stemming in part from its creation of the EQ electric-car sub-brand, amid a push to maintain profitability. ... Read More »

Transamerican Auto Parts to be acquired by Polaris

All-terrain vehicle maker Polaris Industries Inc. said today it would buy off-road SUV accessories maker Transamerican Auto Parts for about $665 million. ... Read More »

FTC Charges Tech Support Companies With Using Deceptive Pop-Up Ads to Scare Consumers Into Purchasing Unneeded Services

The Federal Trade Commission has charged the operators of a multi-national tech support company with using deceptive pop-up internet ads to scare thousands of consumers into paying hundreds of dollars each for unnecessary technical support services. A federal...

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FTC Charges Tech Support Companies With Using Deceptive Pop-Up Ads to Scare Consumers Into Purchasing Unneeded Services

The Federal Trade Commission has charged the operators of a multi-national tech support company with using deceptive pop-up internet ads to scare thousands of consumers into paying hundreds of dollars each for unnecessary technical support services. A federal...

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Toyota owns this week&’s rankings

Drivers sing along with their compact Corolla. ... Read More »

Chevy Cruze diesel hatchback may claim highway mpg crown

Chevrolet plans to equip the Cruze diesel with a six-speed manual or nine-speed automatic transmission that could deliver 50 mpg on the highway. ... Read More »