As global markets start to slow, automotive companies must realize that technology disruption makes this downturn fundamentally different – and thriving requires a new approach.
Managing Director, Paul Eichenberg Strategic Consulting
$200 million campaign pays off for gig companies
Gig employment issue now will be decided in November election
There’s never a dull moment for the EV giant
Pioneering engineer files for bankruptcy and still faces criminal charges
GM and Cooper Standard make the list for the first time, joining long-running honorees Aptiv and Cummins
Features that enable your car to drive itself are coming to market now, but regulations to govern their performance have lagged, notes Jennifer Dukarski, an attorney with the Butzel Long law firm.
Japan’s National Tax Agency reportedly ruled that former Nissan Motor Co. Chairman Carlos Ghosn spent $1.4 million of company funds on his own behalf.
Paul Whelan, the director of global security for BorgWarner Inc. who was jailed in Russia as a suspected spy nearly a year ago, will remain in custody there until at least Dec. 29
Former Nissan Motor Co. Chairman Carlos Ghosn’s attorneys say prosecutors illegally colluded with the company and Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry to force him out.
The retracting door handles on a Tesla Model S have been blamed for preventing a Florida police officer from saving a driver inside a burning car.
Another former United Auto Workers union executive has pleaded guilty to federal charges of wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering.
Volkswagen AG has been granted another 90 days to verify emission compliance programs it was ordered by the U.S. Dept. of Justice to launch in the wake of its diesel emission cheating scandal four years ago.
Some 94,000 Volkswagen owners in the U.K. claim that software VW used to “fix” its diesel emission cheating problem in fact introduced a new type of cheating, the Financial Times reports.
Hyundai Motor Co. and its Kia Motors affiliate have set aside 900 billion won ($764 million) to settle a U.S. class-action lawsuit over engine stalling, fires and other problems.
The U.S. Dept. of Justice says Jeffery Pietrzyk, a former United Auto Workers union official, is expected to plead guilty on Oct. 22 to wire fraud and money laundering.
Volkswagen AG has rejected a judge’s suggestion that it settle a class-action lawsuit in Germany on behalf of some 470,000 diesel owners who claim VW’s diesel cheating caused them economic harm.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV has agreed to pay $40 million to settle charges that it misled investors about its financial performance by issuing bogus monthly U.S. sales figures between 2012 and 2016.
Last year Tesla Inc. repeatedly violated federal labor law, according to a National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge in California.
Four carmakers who struck a deal with California in July on future emission rules will meet next week with the U.S. Dept. of Justice, which says the pact may violate antitrust laws.
A senior Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV manager has been indicted by a federal grand jury in Detroit for conspiring to mislead regulators about an illegal emission control system used by its U.S. diesels.
Volkswagen Group’s top leaders have been charged with stock manipulation for failing to alert investors about the company’s diesel emission cheating.