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Ford, Nissan lead effort to further develop industry in Africa

A group of carmakers led by executives from Ford Motor Co. and Nissan Motor Co. ... Read More »

BMW reviving 8 series, sources say

BMW is reviving the 8 series, the big coupe built from 1989 to 1999, sources tell Automobilwoche, a German sibling publication of Automotive News. ... Read More »

How will Nissan and Mitsubishi connect?

Now that Nissan has taken a controlling stake in Mitsubishi, the two automakers are still figuring out how they might cooperate in North America. ... Read More »

NXP bid would thrust Qualcomm into dogfight

Qualcomm's bid to get NXP would make it an automotive chip colossus - but the competition won't be easy. ... Read More »

Lithia, Group 1 return to the buy-sell arena

Lithia Motors and Group 1 Automotive are back on the prowl for dealerships. ... Read More »

Report: Maserati delays Alfieri till ’20

Maserati has delayed its Alfieri sports car until 2020, according to a new report. ... Read More »

Ghosn: Why we’re investing in Mitsubishi

When Mitsubishi Motors Corp. ... Read More »

Political donations point to pivotal election

Elections swing back and forth, but the race for campaign cash from the auto industry is typically no contest. Republican nominees for president have raked in seven-figure sums from auto industry donors in each election cycle since 2000. ... Read More »

Hachigo says Honda is just fine on its own

Suddenly, Honda looks like the odd man in Japan. Toyota just added Suzuki to its growing stable of partners, and Nissan is poised to take control of Mitsubishi. Meanwhile, Honda is left by its lonesome in the face of industry consolidation. ... Read More »

Why we’re investing in Mitsubishi

When Mitsubishi Motors Corp. ... Read More »