Takata's remaining two bidders to seek court-led turnaround in Japan, report saysWed, 18, Jan 2017
EPA nominee Pruitt to review vehicle emissions rulesWed, 18, Jan 2017
CFPB head may have violated U.S. law with lending rules, U.S. House Republicans claimWed, 18, Jan 2017
In a blow against the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau just two days before President-elect Donald Trump takes office, U.S. House Republicans accused the CFPB of potentially violating federal law with its rule authorizing the agency to regulate certain auto lenders.
Automakers will continue Mexico investments despite Trump threats, study saysWed, 18, Jan 2017
Ross tells Canada that U.S. will open NAFTA negotiations, report saysWed, 18, Jan 2017
Canadian officials say Wilbur Ross, the nominee for US commerce secretary, has indicated that a formal-notification letter to open negotiations on NAFTA will be sent to Canada and Mexico within days of the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump, according to the Globe and Mail newspaper.
Apple sued for not preventing texting and drivingWed, 18, Jan 2017
GM settles ignition-switch disclosure case with SECWed, 18, Jan 2017
General Motors today said it will pay a $1 million fine to settle an investigation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission related to its 2014 ignition-switch recalls. The agreement does not require GM to admit any wrongdoing, nor does it call into question any of GM’s financial statements or disclosures, the company said.
U.S. to remain Germany's top export destination despite TrumpWed, 18, Jan 2017
German industry expects the United States to remain its most important export destination this year despite protectionist threats from President-elect Donald Trump, Germany's Chamber of Commerce and Industry said on Wednesday.
Toyota's Lentz: Tariff would depress industryMon, 16, Jan 2017
Withdrawal from NAFTA would cost U.S. jobs, CAR study findsTue, 17, Jan 2017
GM to invest $1 billion in U.S. manufacturing, move axle work from MexicoMon, 16, Jan 2017
General Motors today said it would invest $1 billion in its U.S. manufacturing operations to create or retain 1,500 jobs in this country. The automaker, in an announcement timed to ease pressure from President-elect Donald Trump, also said it would move production of pickup axles from Mexico to Michigan and create at least 5,000 more jobs in the nation in other parts of its business during the next few years.
Hyundai, Kia plan $3.1 billion U.S. investment, consider new plantTue, 17, Jan 2017
Hyundai and Kia said they will spend $3.1 billion in the U.S. in the next five years, joining other vehicle manufacturers in announcing investment plans amid threats from President-elect Donald Trump of higher levies on auto imports from Mexico.