SHANGHAI — The spread of the deadly coronavirus appeared to slow last week in China, and the country's mammoth auto industry began to ramp back up to production. But business is still far from normal.
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BERLIN -- Tesla received approval from a German court to continue to cut down forest near the capital Berlin to build its ...
Kevin Schlosser has made it his mission to make driving safer by advocating for autonomous vehicles. Schlosser's first ...
TORONTO — Canadian parts giant Magna International Inc. on Friday said fourth-quarter net income in 2019 dipped 3.5 percent ...
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If you thought Chinese automakers were in trouble, try the companies that sell their cars. Investors have piled into auto ...
TOKYO -- Nissan and Honda delayed on Friday the restart of plants in China near the epicenter of a coronavirus outbreak, ...
TOKYO -- Japan’s auto industry and government are setting up a joint council for automakers and suppliers as they face ...
Lyft Inc. has bought U.S.-based startup Halo Cars, which allows drivers to make money through digital advertisements ...
Wells Fargo & Co. is poised to pay roughly $3 billion to settle federal investigations into a range of consumer abuses that ...