U.S. prepares to restrict China investments
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the agency has prepared U.S. investment restrictions on China for President Donald Trump to consider as part of his upcoming announcements on intellectual property actions against Beijing.
U.S. said to be flexible on key auto demand in NAFTA talks
The United States, Canada and Mexico are making headway on the key NAFTA issue of auto rules, sending the loonie and peso higher in the latest sign of progress in months-long talks.
Former top aide charged in federal UAW-FCA training center probe
A former top aide of ex-UAW Vice President Norwood Jewell who was part of the union's 2015 contract negotiations with FCA has been charged with accepting illegal payments provided by the automaker.
Tesla shareholders approve Musk's $2.6 billion compensation plan
Tesla shareholders approved a compensation package potentially worth billions of dollars for CEO Elon Musk in a test of their confidence in the leader of the electric car company.
Dave Habiger, J.D. Power's new CEO, is tech expert and car guy
Consumer survey giant J.D. Power has tapped technology sector veteran and car guy Dave Habiger as its next leader, replacing outgoing CEO Finbarr O'Neill.
BMW will add i4 electric car
BMW will expand its i family of electrified cars with the i4 full-electric model. The i4 will be one of 12 battery-electric models BMW aims to have in showrooms by 2025.
Geely's 2017 profit more than doubles on domestic demand
Geely Automobile Holdings' profits more than doubled in 2017, driven by strong domestic sales of popular SUVs.
BMW increases spending for electric, autonomous cars
BMW said it will increase r&d spending to an all-time high of up to $8.6 billion this year as its expands its electrified lineup. BMW also warned of a possible impact from trade barriers.
Nissan's Parker, Wheeler get new duties
Nissan North American has reassigned several of its top sales executives, including Infiniti chief Randy Parker and Nissan brand sales executive Judy Wheeler, to new posts.
VW, PSA plan to continue self-driving push
VW and PSA will not change their self-driving plans even after an Uber autonomous car hit and killed a woman crossing the street in Arizona.
Ford pursues deal to buy, redevelop Detroit's Michigan Central Station, report says
Ford is in discussions to purchase the dilapidated Michigan Central Station just outside of downtown Detroit, sources told Crain's Detroit Business, an affiliate of Automotive News.
U.S. outlines hurdles for tariff exclusions
Companies seeking exclusions from new steel and aluminum tariffs imposed by President Donald Trump must apply separately for each unique steel or aluminum product, according to rules published Monday by the Department of Commerce.
Former GM, Microsoft CFO named senior White House policy official
Former General Motors and Microsoft CFO Christopher Liddell was named White House deputy chief of staff for policy coordination.
Auto veteran Jim O'Sullivan joins AI firm's board
Jim O'Sullivan, the retired CEO of Mazda North American Operations, has been named a board member of LotLinx, a digital marketing company.
Will tariffs lift American steel to higher grade?
Trump's tariff on steel imports could have a cost impact on automakers -- but in a better-case scenario, it could spur investment in hot specialty steels.
Japan's automakers warn of higher vehicle prices
Japan's automakers warn that car prices will rise following President Donald Trump's new tariffs on steel and aluminum.
Mercedes readying subscription program for U.S.
Britta Seeger, Mercedes-Benz's global sales chief, says dealers are cool with the subscription service it is launching in Germany and plans to bring it to the U.S.