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America's biggest automakers announced plans this week to cut staff and sell off overseas operations, NBC reports.
The Trump administration's call for a review of NAFTA took a more measured tone than the president's harsh campaign rhetoric.
Cathie Wood, CEO of ARK Invest, said Tesla would be a major player in the $2 trillion autonomous taxi market.
Uber has threatened to fire an engineer accused by Alphabet's self-driving Waymo unit of stealing confidential documents in a high profile trade secrets case between the two companies, according to a court filing.
Owners with potentially defective Takata air bags are eligible for financial assistance in getting their vehicles fixed and up to $500 in compensation. USAToday reports.
Cobalt demand has soared in the past year as investors expect rapid growth in electric vehicle sector to generate a supply squeeze in 2017.
Uber says it will demo a flying car by 2020. There's one big problem with that plan, says Michael Mo.
Workers at Tesla's California car factory have been passing out and requiring rides in ambulances, the Guardian newspaper reported Thursday.
Mercedes-Benz is partnering with US-based Vivint Solar to compete with Tesla and others in residential solar energy and storage.
General Motors is taking steps to focus cash and engineering effort on fewer, more profitable markets.
This could happen as early as this week if no agreement is reached with the Italian-American automaker, two sources said.
Autonomous vehicles could reshape development and city planning more than the introduction of the automobile, Curbed reports.
Lamborghini is taking stock of its audience and the available technology to compete with self-driving cars, USA Today reports.
Ford Motor said on Wednesday that it plans to cut 10 percent of its salaried workforce in North America and Asia.
Ford plans to offer financial incentives to convince salaried employees to depart voluntarily.
The American Automobile Association projected 34.6 million people will drive 50 miles (80 km) or more.
The EU will launch legal action against Italy on Wednesday for failing to police allegations of emissions-test cheating by Fiat Chrysler properly following the Volkswagen dieselgate scandal, EU sources said.
Critics of South Korea’s corporate culture have pushed for better legal protection for insiders who call out problems or wrongdoing, N.Y. Times reports.
A source familiar with the plan told CNBC Ford's cuts will involve primarily salaried workers in North America and Asia.
Two market experts say that despite a downgrade from Wall Street, Tesla is still a buy.