J.D. Power III, founder of influential car quality survey, dies at 89
J.D. Power was launched in the family kitchen with automotive customer surveys that measured and ranked new-vehicle quality.
Inside the messy problem called Ghosn's ‘haircut'
Testimony in the Tokyo trial of former Nissan executive Greg Kelly claims former CEO Carlos Ghosn was afraid of being fired if the world learned how high his income was.
Biden redirects course on emissions standards
The new president's order directs the Department of Transportation and the EPA to reconsider the Trump administration's 2019 decision to revoke California's authority to restrict tailpipe emissions and review fuel-efficiency standards by July.
Who’s who at Stellantis
See the entire roster of top 43 executives, with photos, titles and their roots to either PSA or FCA.
Mexico gives automakers more time to meet USMCA rules
Twelve automakers requested additional time to meet regional content requirements under the North American trade agreement that went into effect in July.
NTSB says automakers need to better arm emergency responders
Crash investigators are increasingly concerned about the risks lithium ion batteries pose.
GM, Unifor go from strife to ‘right solutions’
Since November GM and Unifor have agreed to new contracts that include up to $1.8 billion in new investments in the automaker's Canadian assembly plants.
EV design for Japan's tight turns
Toyota returns its electric efforts to Japan with the C+Pod, a two-seat battery-powered runabout it says paves a new road in EV micromobility.
Ally net income surges 82% in Q4
The past year presented one of the most complex operating environments in Ally's history, CEO Jeff Brown told investors.
Hank Aaron, baseball Hall of Famer and former Georgia auto dealer, dies at 86
The legendary home run king for several years owned an Atlanta-based auto group with BMW, Mini, Honda, Toyota, Jaguar and Land Rover franchises.