Efforts by Grammer to dilute the influence of Bosnian activist investor Hastor were dealt a blow after Hastor blocked China’s Ningbo Jifeng from gaining a 9.2 percent voting stake in the German company.
Several startups want to disrupt auto-related services – but they’re struggling to get sustainable scale.
Robert Bosch and Daimler are partnering to develop a system that will enable a self-driving taxi service by the start of the next decade.
Diesel engines are set to lose their dominance in Europe, with demand likely to fall to 30 percent of the region’s auto sales from about half currently, according to a forecast.
DETROIT –andnbsp;Supplier breakthroughs on advanced electronics and lighter-weight parts proved a common theme here Monday night at the 2017 Automotive News PACE Awards.
A123 Systems LLC plans to build a $40 million headquarters in suburban Detroit as it prepares to wind down lithium-ion battery cell production at a nearby plant.
As investor concern spreads about the plunging prices of used cars in the U.S., one company and its top investor are enduring the biggest beating: Hertz and Carl Icahn.
Uber says Alphabet’s own ground rules require accusations that the ride-hailing giant stole trade secrets for autonomous cars be resolved in private arbitration and not a public court.
Automotive seating supplier Adient said it will work with Boeing to explore how to improve commercial airplane seating and interiors.
German supplier Knorr-Bremse could make further acquisitions worth about 500 million euros ($543 million) each, after making a bid for Sweden’s brake systems maker Haldex.