NAFTA trade ministers to square off over hard-line U.S. demandsOct. 17
The ministers leading NAFTA negotiations wrapped up the latest round of high-level talks after Canada and Mexico rejected what they see as hardline proposals by the U.S. The three countries agreed to extend talks to retool the trade pact into early 2018.
Grim reality of NAFTA talks sets in after tough U.S. demandsOct. 15
Ending NAFTA could cost U.S. up to 50,000 auto parts jobs, suppliers' study saysOct. 12
AutoNews Now: Luxury rides, a month at a timeOct. 11
NADA's Scarpelli says stair-step programs can damage brandsOct. 10
NADA puts Texas dealer Charlie Gilchrist in line to be 2019 chairmanOct. 3
The National Automobile Dealers Association chose Texas dealer Charlie Gilchrist to be its 2018 vice chairman, putting him in line to be chairman in 2019. Vice Chairman Wes Lutz, will succeed current Chairman Mark Scarpelli.
Waymo's Krafcik, coach Saban to keynote 2018 NADASept. 21
NADA fund offers aid post-HarveySept. 9
Auto industry braces for massive influx of dataSept. 7
Self-driving vehicles will generate unfathomable amounts of data, and companies will need to work together if they want to take advantage of new and larger sources of information, an Intel executive says.
Ex-NADA President Brady joins Kerrigan AdvisorsSept. 5
NADA emergency fund running dryAug. 31
Requests for aid from dealership employees hurt by Harvey are coming in faster than donations to the relief fund. In the past 36 hours, the fund received more than 100 applications for aid, for a maximum of $1,500 per recipient. NADA estimates that from 30,000 to 35,000 dealership employees have been impacted.