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Detroit 3, UAW set to square off over wages, U.S. jobs

The Detroit 3 and UAW will kick off bargaining Monday for new contracts that will set how much more robust, post-recession profits the industry shares with workers, and determine union costs to win more U.S. jobs. ... Read More »

Local Motors prepares 3-D car production

The world's first fleet of 3-D printed cars is on its way, startup Local Motors said, but you won't see a mass-produced 3-D car anytime soon. ... Read More »

Hyundai-Kia, tech firm get $6M U.S. grant to develop wireless EV charging

Hyundai-Kia's U.S. technical center is teaming up with a wireless power technology company to research and develop a high-speed wireless charging system for electric vehicles. ... Read More »

Senate introduces bill clamping down on vehicle defects

New vehicles would be required to have a dashboard warning light to tell drivers that their vehicles have been recalled under a sweeping auto safety reform bill backed a trio of Democrat U.S. senators. ... Read More »

Toyota Financial CEO, CFO take on added duties

Toyota Financial Services added expanded global roles for Mike Groff, president and CEO, and Chris Ballinger, senior vice president and CFO. ... Read More »

Auto Loan Relief Scammer Banned from Telemarketing, Debt Relief Services Under FTC Settlement

Commission Also Approves Final Consent Orders in Two Deceptive Auto Dealership Cases Regency Financial Services, Inc., and its CEO Ivan Levy have agreed to a permanent ban on telemarketing and the advertising, marketing, or sale of any debt relief products or...

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Auto Loan Relief Scammer Banned from Telemarketing, Debt Relief Services Under FTC Settlement

Commission Also Approves Final Consent Orders in Two Deceptive Auto Dealership Cases Regency Financial Services, Inc., and its CEO Ivan Levy have agreed to a permanent ban on telemarketing and the advertising, marketing, or sale of any debt relief products or...

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Measure to permit more rental cars under recall draws fire

A U.S. Senate panel unveiled a plan to roll back protections consumers get when renting cars with potentially lethal safety defects, an approach a safety advocate called a step backward. ... Read More »

Tesla hires ex-Burberry exec to lead N.A. sales

Tesla has hired former Burberry senior vice president Ganesh Srivats, adding a sales executive to help the electric-car maker extend its reputation for automotive luxury to an increasingly global audience. ... Read More »

Takata rejects U.S. senator’s call for airbag victim fund

Takata, the Japanese auto supplier at the center of a global safety crisis, rejected a U.S. senator's request to set up a fund that would compensate people injured or killed by its airbags. ... Read More »
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