Time to think again about China
China's efforts to enter the U.S. auto market may have slowed, but that's not the case in the field of automated driving. In this week's issue, Automotive News will begin a five -part series on what's working in China and what's not, and what it all means for the American auto industry.
Mercedes dealer unmasks solutions to save jobs
Dream Motor Group CEO Joe Agresti applied old-fashioned entrepreneurism to find a creative solution to keep his employees paid in the midst of a pandemic.
Nissan CEO defends revival plan
Makoto Uchida tried to convince angry shareholders that his revival plan is the right one. Some investors seemed to long for the reign of fugitive former Chairman Carlos Ghosn.
Dodge cuts to its performance core
Dodge is killing two nameplates that will complete its transformation from a collection of pleasant people haulers into an army of asphalt-eating muscle machines.
The British are coming — with familiar-looking 4X4
A new entry into the SUV market, Ineos, hopes its Grenadier SUV appeals to Land Rover fans.
Ghosn mused on Hollywood movie of escape from Japan, suspect tells court
An executive from Turkish private jet operator MNG Jet and four pilots who were detained after Ghosn's escape are on trial accused of migrant smuggling.
Fiat Chrysler sticks by terms of PSA deal after report of dividend cut
FCA could conserve cash by reducing a $6.2 billion special dividend the automaker is due to pay to its shareholders before the merger is closed, an Italian business paper said.
Automakers withstand downgrade storms – for now
Moody's Investors Service projects a 20 percent slump in global light-vehicle sales in 2020 and take several years to return to 2019 levels.
Facebook boycott a gamble
The brands choosing to pull ads from the social media giant are voluntarily giving up a key piece of a digital ad strategy that's even more important as the industry attempts to recover from a dismal second-quarter.
Japan asks U.S. to extradite men accused of helping Carlos Ghosn flee
Michael Taylor and his son, Peter Taylor, were arrested in May at Japan's request after authorities there accused them of helping smuggle the former Nissan chairman out of the country.