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Tesla explains why it is asking some of its suppliers for discounts
The Trump administration will reportedly announce major changes to the nation's fuel efficiency standards for automobiles this week, setting up a battle with California.
Ferrari shareholders appear rattled by the decision to have Louis Camilleri, a former tobacco executive, as CEO of the company.
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Fiat Chrysler lost its Europe head after the company named Mike Manley as its CEO this weekend.
Fiat Chrysler hastily replaced its chief executive over the weekend, adding to the list of issues it has to tackle within the company and the auto industry in general. The New York Times reports.
Tesla is reportedly requesting its suppliers to give cash back from previous payments to help the carmaker become profitable.
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Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne's deteriorating health forced the company to replace him on Saturday. The company's president told employees in an emotional letter obtained by CNBC.
A closer look at Elon Musk's recent comments raise a reason for concern: The prospect that new orders may not be keeping up with Tesla's long-awaited production ramp-up.
Sergio Marchionne, the maverick auto executive who created and oversaw nearly a decade of growth at Fiat Chrysler, has been replaced as CEO of the automaker amid ongoing health struggles.
Genesis vehicles have been widely praised, but dealer troubles and a lack of awareness are big challenges.
Actor Mark Wahlberg has dabbled in everything from burgers to bottled water. Now he's buying a Chevy dealership in Ohio, Columbus Business First reports.
Waymo, the Google subsidiary testing self-driving technology on public roads, is picking up speed. The company’s autonomous vehicles just drove 8 million miles on public roads.
J.P. Morgan reaffirms its underweight rating for Tesla shares, saying other automakers may price their electric cars aggressively.
Tesla will have its first public showing of its $35,000 "more affordable" family sedan in at the company's University City showroom Friday, the St. Louis Business Journal reports.
The ongoing Washington and Beijing trade war, could push automobile companies to produce more in China, the CEO and founder of Shanghai-based consultancy Automobility told CNBC on Thursday.
Elon Musk’s war against the media has escalated over the past few months. And it's making some investors nervous.
Automakers, testifying at the first of a two-day hearing being held by the U.S. Commerce Department, warned against the Trump administration's proposal to hike tariffs on car imports from the EU.
The Commerce Department is holding two days of hearings on whether the U.S. should raise tariffs on vehicles built in Europe and sold in the U.S. The U.S. currently has a $32 billion auto trade deficit with Europe, meaning Americans buy $32 billion more in European cars than U.S. automakers sell back to consumers in the EU. Automakers such as BMW and Mercedes also built vehicles in U.S. factories, especially popular crossovers and SUVs. Reports have recently surfaced that the EU is prepared to lower tariffs