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An EU court upheld a complaint by Paris, Brussels and Madrid against a rule change on nitrogen oxide emissions that the cities said had increased pollution.
Audi needs re-adjustments after a tough year including polishing the brand's image, enforcing a culture change and strengthening its largest market, China, new CEO Bram Schot told workers.
An internal investigation found Carlos Ghosn's pay adhered to French law and industry recommendations, Renault said. The findings mean Ghosn's position at the top of Renault remains in limbo after the automaker put in place an interim chairman and CEO.
After the global financial crisis Italian supplier Brembo focused on its core brakes business. It sees its small size compared with giants such as Bosch and Continental as an advantage but is now looking to grow, Executive Deputy Chairman Matteo Tiraboschi said in an interview.
Ford promoted global programs director Joerg Beyer to head of product development in Europe. He succeeds Joe Bakaj, who will retire after more than 30 years at the automaker.
With more automakers such as Jaguar, BMW, Porsche and Mercedes joining the Formula E electric race series, it is proving an ideal test bed as they move toward a wider rollout of consumer EVs.
Sweden's AstaZero has created a small city environment to test self-driving cars. CEO Peter Janevik explained the challenges for autonomous cars driving in mixed-reality test situations.
Nissan ex-Chairman Carlos Ghosn and his representatives still have no right to access a contested Rio de Janeiro apartment, the automaker said, after a fresh legal document showed a Brazilian court decision to grant access.
Nissan is said to plan to boost the number of external board members and set up a committee to oversee compensation as part of its effort to improve governance following the arrest of former Chairman Carlos Ghosn for financial misconduct.
Nissan plans to repatriate more than $1 billion in cash from its Chinese subsidiary, according to people familiar with the matter, a sign the Japanese automaker is building its financial firepower amid tensions with French partner Renault.
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