Asking for refunds from suppliers and talking about changes to future prices and design that will help it reduce costs.
Marchionne steps down early because of severe health problems. Jeep executive Mike Manley is taking over.
Event is moving from its usual January start time, to allow for outdoor exhibits.
Electric car maker confirms it’s seeking price reductions from suppliers for projects, some dating back to 2016.
U.S. economy would contract by between US$6.4 billion and US$62.2 billion.
Construction materials show strength, automotive and supplies fall.
It’s provoking a backlash among members of Congress and warnings of tens of thousands of lost jobs.
20,000 jobs at a Hyundai factory in Alabama are at stake.
The German automaker has formed a JV with Chinese SUV maker Great Wall Motor.
One European business advocate says companies are “scrambling to readjust supply chains'” so US-bound goods don’t pass through China.
VW agreed to spend up to US$10 billion compensating owners of roughly 475,000 Volkswagens and Audi vehicles with 2-litre diesel engines.
Countermeasures could have a far greater impact on jobs and economy than fallout from steel and aluminum tariffs.
Better to leave the big driving decisions in human hands.
They claim the Global Affairs Canada investigation into vehicles being used to commit human rights abuses was deeply flawed.
General Motors recorded the only June increase at 1.8%.