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An Uber vehicle operating in autonomous mode in Tempe, Ariz., struck and killed a pedestrian crossing the street Sunday night. Uber has suspended pilots in all cities following the deadly accident.
Uber has voluntarily stopped testing autonomous vehicles in Toronto after one of the ride-hailing service's driverless vehicles struck and killed a pedestrian in Tempe, Ariz.
Volvo's new subscription service and its plans for its Lynk & CO brand to sell vehicles directly to consumers have stirred unrest among the Swedish automaker's approximately 300 U.S. dealers.
UAW complaints, combined with production problems, could make it easier for the union to organize Tesla plants, experts say.
We're wrapping up at SXSW and looking forward to the next autonomous vehicle industry event ... in two weeks.
Ride-hailing startup Lyft is adding Magna to its long list of investors and partners to deploy and accelerate self-driving technology.
Ride-hailing company Lyft is joining with Canadian auto parts giant Magna International to develop self-driving vehicles, sharing expenses on a multi-year project.
Tesla is facing another complaint from the UAW over allegations that it retaliated against workers involved in unionizing efforts at its factory in Fremont, Calif.
Satisfying its first customers will be crucial for the new Volvo electrified performance brand, Polestar.
Despite falling sedan sales, Volvo hopes to boost S60 sales by 5,000 cars a year with redesigned model.
Showing the production-spec version of the Polestar 1 for the first time, the performance brand born out of Volvo Cars said it would begin taking deposits for the vehicle March 13.
As it prepares to introduce its first vehicle this month, Chinese startup SF Motors has begun to test its autonomous vehicle technology on California and Michigan roads.
Establishing an Internet-connected residential and work area should provide Bosch and its real estate partner with data about how a connected community functions.
Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen says the brand's slow-and-steady approach to semiautonomous technology allowed it to win the race to hands-free driving.
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi is spearheading an aggressive expansion into public transportation.
Tesla said it will likely sell its 200,000th vehicle this year -- the volume cap at which the $7,500 federal tax incentive for electric vehicles begins to be phased out.
Robert Bosch is joining the wave of suppliers shifting their organizational structures to brace for massive industry changes.
Phantom Auto is refining a system that lets remote drivers take over self-driving cars when the cars get stuck.
Tesla's talks to invest in a lithium supplier indicate automakers have a long road ahead to secure a steady supply of the metal to support the mass production of electric vehicles.
The settlement agreement stipulates that Uber may not use Waymo's hardware or software intellectual property.
Waymo's lawsuit was about staking its claim as a founder of self-driving cars. The details that emerged this week show just how coveted founder status can be in Silicon Valley.
Five days into the landmark lawsuit brought by Waymo against Uber, the two companies said they have reached a settlement. The settlement calls for Uber to pay Waymo $244.8 million in the form of stock -- or 0.
The company has posted only two profitable quarters since going public but told investors Wednesday at some point in 2018 it expected "to begin generating positive quarterly operating income on a sustained basis."
Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick once thought of Google as a "big brother." He later decided to start Uber's own autonomous vehicle development after repeated requests for meetings were ignored.
The short notes show former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick calling for "cheat codes."
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