Autoliv preps split into passive safety, electronics companiesSept. 14
High-tech dashboards signal big changes for auto suppliersJune 29
Bosch to sell starters, generators unit to Chinese partnershipMay 2
Samsung to buy Harman for $8 billion in connected-car pushNov. 14, 2016
Automakers tap new partners to bridge tech gapSept. 25, 2016
Outside help eases burden of tech r&dSept. 26, 2016
Fiat's Elkann says talks for Marelli partner include SamsungSept. 3, 2016
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Chairman John Elkann confirmed the carmaker is holding talks with several potential partners, including Samsung Electronics, to strengthen its car-parts unit Magneti Marelli.
Lear renames electrical business segment to emphasize connectivityAug. 9, 2016
VW, LG Electronics to co-develop connected-car platformJuly 6, 2016
Ohio supplier Stoneridge wins $1.4 million grant for HQ move to MichiganMarch 23, 2016
Ohio-based supplier Stoneridge will move its headquarters and at least 70 employees to suburban Detroit with the help of a state incentive. The company received a $1.4 million performance grant from the Michigan Strategic Fund, an arm of the Michigan Economic Development Corp.
Visteon swings to Q4 profit on 2.7% revenue gainFeb. 25, 2016
Panasonic shifts from home electronics to carsJan. 18, 2016
Panasonic targets a 62 percent surge in automotive sales by the fiscal year ending March 31, 2019. The gambit wagers that Panasonic can leverage its electronics expertise to get a leg up on traditional automotive suppliers such as Denso Corp. of Japan and Robert Bosch GmbH of Germany.