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After an employee survey revealed widespread discontent, Ricart Ford used Ford Motor Co.'s Consumer Experience Movement program to cut turnover and improve sales.
Volkswagen Group's idea for the car of tomorrow borrows a lot from yesterday.
Silicon Valley and Detroit need each other -- for data and for image enhancement, Lear CEO Matt Simoncini says.
Electric vehicles will be the key to General Motors' vision of shared vehicle ownership, the head of the automaker's commercial mobility unit said Tuesday.
Mike Jackson expects the number of new vehicles to fall by about 5 percent -- or 900,000 vehicles -- by 2024.
Ford Motor Co.'s July sales fell 7.4 percent as fleet orders were impacted by a late-June recall.
The industry is infatuated with vehicle electrification, but significant improvements are still in the offing for internal combustion engines, a market analyst said at the seminars.
A Cadillac ATS and a Chrysler 300 rolled into the parking lot of the Grand Traverse Resort for the CAR Management Briefing Seminars after a 300-mile trip across U.S. and Canadian roads.
After years of quality problems, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is making noticeable progress, says the automaker's head of quality, Scott Garberding.
Ford is challenging Geely Holding Group's U.S. trademark application for its new Lynk & CO brand, alleging the name sounds too similar to its Lincoln Motor Co. luxury brand.
Despite relatively healthy second-quarter profits, trouble may be on the horizon for the Detroit 3 as U.S. auto sales cool.
New Ford CEO Jim Hackett has shortened his top executives' schedules by 30 minutes a day and said morale has already improved.
For the second time this month, Ford vehicles imported to the U.S. from Mexico were found being shipped with marijuana.
FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne expressed "disgust" over an alleged multimillion-dollar conspiracy involving the company's former labor-relations chief, Alphons Iacobelli.
Ford said that Chariot, the San Francisco-based shuttle service it acquired last year, will soon expand to New York.
Foreign tax credits helped Ford's second-quarter net income rise 3.7 percent to $2.04 billion, but the automaker reduced its pretax profit outlook for the rest of the year amid declining U.S. sales.
Ford Motor Co. said its second-quarter net income was up 3.7 per cent from the same period a year ago because of a favorable tax rate. Meanwhile, Canadian sales soared nearly 11 per cent in the quarter.
Ford Motor Co. has overhauled its design team amid new CEO Jim Hackett's quest to transform the automaker into a leaner, quicker-thinking organization.
Ford says the freshened 2018 Mustang will be its fastest pony car ever, going from zero to 100 km/h in fewer than four seconds with its new optional "drag strip" mode.
Ford says the freshened 2018 Mustang will be its fastest pony car ever, going from 0 to 60 in under 4 seconds with its new optional "drag strip" mode.
Ford's F-150 police responder is the industry's first pursuit-rated pickup
Ford is shaking up its design staff to shorten product development cycles and better define the group's overarching strategy with the formation of two key staffs: one covering cars and crossovers, and another handling...
Ford, seeking to add to its dominant position in the police vehicle market, has developed the industry's first pursuit-rated pickup, offering 375 hp.
Ford has delayed delivery of some Canadian-built GT supercars following supplier constraints and homologation testing issues as part of an extended production ramp-up.
Ford has delayed delivery of some GT supercars following supplier constraints and homologation testing issues as part of an extended production ramp-up.
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