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Intel Corp. is a new player at the auto industry's poker table, but the company's $14.7 billion acquisition of Mobileye gives it a hand with a pair of aces.
Intel's proposed $14.7 billion acquisition of Mobileye will make the chipmaker one of the top players in computer processing for self-driving cars.
Key Safety Systems is starting to look like the Mouse that Roared. The Michigan airbag maker is engaged in an uphill battle to acquire Takata Corp.
Technology suppliers see redundant systems as the most logical answer to the driverless car dilemma - what happens if an autonomous drive function fails?
Advance tech thinkers imagine cars with no mirrors. Gentex, a top producer of auto-dimming mirrors, says bunk. The supplier is betting that rearview mirrors will be around for a while
Cockpit designs for self-driving vehicles are rapidly moving from Disney Tomorrowland fantasy toward the real world of commercial production and driver practicality.
Past assumptions that China's automakers would make a run at the economy end of the U.S. market are proving to be wrong. They're aiming up-market.
Suppliers are waiting to see whether President Donald Trump will challenge the fundamental assumption that some auto parts can't be profitably produced in the U.S., even with a 35 percent tariff.
Now separate from Johnson Controls, Adient is wasting no time investing in products, considering new partnerships and contemplating future acquisitions.
French seating supplier Faurecia says the industry needs an integrated systems approach to vehicle cabins as automakers liberate drivers from the steering wheel.
Now that Donald Trump is president, the auto industry's dealmakers may be putting acquisitions on hold to see what he plans to do.
The global auto industry looks healthy this year, but PwC says mergers and acquisition experts want to assess President Trump's influence on environmental rules, international trade and the overall economy before pursuing...
The race is on to build inexpensive lidar for self-driving vehicles. Two suppliers, Continental AG and Valeo SA, say they will produce solid-state lidar for automakers in 2019 and 2020.
Mahle and Robert Bosch plan to sell their turbocharger partnership, citing a failure to achieve economies of scale despite strong sales growth.
Many organizations suffer from 'mission creep,' steadily adding staff and spending for services unrelated to the original mission. NADA is not one of them.
Now that automakers are preparing to roll out driverless cars in the next three to five years, suppliers are forming alliances to offer a complete product portfolio.
In a car-sharing economy, how does a vehicle recognize which motorist is in the driver's seat? Judging by Chrysler's Portal electric minivan concept, the answer may be facial recognition.
The complexity of self-driving vehicles has created a golden opportunity for key suppliers to market themselves as one-stop shops for automakers.
While it may seem counterintuitive, connected, self-driving vehicles are forcing suppliers to simplify their components.
Guangzhou Automobile Group, the Chinese automaker that exports vehicles to 14 countries, wants to enter the U.S. “in the near future” -- but not just yet.
CES has become the show where startups and suppliers come to convince the world -- and the rest of the auto industry -- that they are on the cutting edge.
The trade show formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Show is arguably one of the most important auto shows of the year, with suppliers and automakers convening in this city of glitz to show off their most...
Tech players and BMW team up to develop cloud-based maps to help driverless cars navigate the roads.
Suppliers push the frontier on how consumers can control household functions from the car.
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