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Jeffrey Boyer, GM's global safety chief who helped shape the company's safety operations following its ignition-switch crisis, is retiring and will be replaced by Jeffrey Massimilla, the company's chief cybersecurity officer.
The freshened F-150 pickup enters a market in which the competition is expected to significantly increase, with redesigned pickups from top rivals.
GM suspended Alphons Iacobelli after federal officials accused him of being at the center of a multiyear, multimillion-dollar conspiracy while previously leading labor negotiations at FCA.
A group of business leaders and President Trump announced the disbandment of the president's Strategic and Policy Forum, which originally included GM CEO Mary Barra and more than a dozen other CEOs from several industries.
Ford will not review the finances of a joint employee training center with the UAW after indictments related to an alleged plot to funnel millions of dollars from the UAW-Chrysler National Training Center to officials at the...
GM is reassessing some trim and build options for the Chevrolet Camaro in an attempt to better compete against the Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger, according to product chief Mark Reuss.
New spy photos have emerged of the midengine Chevrolet Corvette, which would give General Motors a true competitor to Ford's midengine GT as well as supercars from Ferrari, Lamborghini and Porsche.
Oliver Schmidt, the former chief of Volkswagen AG's environmental and engineering center in Michigan, pleaded guilty to reduced charges as part of a plea deal for his role in the company's diesel emissions scandal.
Volkswagen AG executive Oliver Schmidt is expected to plead guilty Friday to reduced charges for the company's emissions violations.
The former FCA labor relations chief and widow of UAW Vice President General Holiefield are scheduled for a Sept. 25 jury trial.
Jerome Durden, a former financial analyst for FCA, faces charges of conspiracy to defraud the U.S. and failure to file a tax return.
Toyota's July sales increased 3.6 percent compared with a year ago, with Lexus experiencing its first increase of the year.
The automaker said it sold 226,107 cars and trucks last month. That included a 14 percent decline in retail sales to 202,220 vehicles.
General Motors appears to be making progress on bringing the midengine Chevrolet Corvette to production, according to new images from spy photographers.
At least eight unnamed people described in the indictment could face charges, putting FCA and the UAW in the middle of a scandal that could eclipse most others in recent automotive history.
Vacuum pumps are needed all over the modern auto. But now Dayco has a plan to replace them all with a better mousetrap.
GM CEO Mary Barra said the company plans to launch a new electrical vehicle architecture and infotainment system capable of over-the-air updates "before 2020."
Fiat Chrysler's second-quarter operating profit rose 15 percent to $2.19 billion, despite roughly flat shipments and revenue. FCA was able to do so with higher margins in North America and gains at Maserati.
FCA plans for more than half of its lineup to be electrified by 2022, including all Maserati models following 2019, according to CEO Sergio Marchionne.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' second-quarter operating profit increased 15 per cent to USD $2.19 billion (C $2.73 billion) despite roughly flat shipments and revenue.
A U.S. grand jury in Detroit charged former FCA labor chief Alphons Iacobelli and the widow of a deceased UAW vice president in a broad conspiracy to pocket illegal money and gifts.
Former UAW President Bob King attempted to investigate the spending and actions of the Vice President General Holiefield and FCA executive Alphons Iacobelli during his tenure leading the union.
While its sales soared in Canada, General Motors said its net income dropped 42 per cent in the second quarter, primarily because of the pending sale and restructuring of its European operations.
The discipline that helped GM beat Wall Street expectations for nine consecutive quarters will be put to the test in the coming months because several of its most profitable plants will temporarily close for retooling.
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