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Canadian auto parts giant Magna International projects its annual sales in China will nearly double by 2019 due to robust growth at its seat and transmission divisions.
Canada's federal privacy commissioner has opened a formal investigation into the large data breach that Uber announced in November. Uber has yet to say how many Canadians may have been affected.
Lear said it agreed to acquire EXO Technologies, a GPS technology firm based in Israel, to boost its connected vehicle systems. Terms were not disclosed.
Vulog, a provider of white-label car-sharing technology that operates in B.C. and Quebec, is opening its platform to outsiders to meet what it sees as explosive demand for shared mobility services.
Canadian developers of cobalt and lithium mines stand to benefit from a round of investments from the makers of electric vehicles and batteries. More than a dozen groups, including car and battery makers, are investing.
When it comes to AMG, Mercedes-Benz's performance division, Canada punches above its weight — well above it — in terms of sales. Canada is AMG's third-largest market behind the U.S. and Germany.
New Ford Motor CEO Jim Hackett has an axe, but Ford of Canada builds the Edge and Lincoln Nautilus. Utility vehicles and other trucks are key to Hackett's plan to focus on Ford's biggest sellers while cutting costs.
General Motors has reaped financial benefits and learnings from its $500 million investment in the ride-hailing company Lyft; however, the long-term parameters of the relationship between the two remain uncertain.
Discussing the future, even with Jim Lentz of highly successful Toyota, can be a deeply disorienting task.
If a century of forward thinking gave rise to the F&I office and products of today, what might the future bring? We asked F&I industry insiders to weigh in.
The F&I landscape shifted in the 1980s. Gone were the days of chasing the money under any circumstance. Customer satisfaction and compliance had to come first. The F&I menu had a hand in that.
In this special section, Automotive News sheds light on a few of the countless people and companies that helped shape the modern dealership F&I office.
Hudson Cook could be the largest law firm whose practice focuses on all financial aspects of the automobile business. And co-founder Tom Hudson planned it that way.