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News, features and comentary concerning management at the world's top auto makers and suppliers.

Toyota: 4Runner and Highlander to Fill Venza Void

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    VW Raises German Workers' Pay, Pensions  

    The contract expiring May 31, 2016 gives some 115,000 IG Metall union members at VW's six Western Germany factories a 3.4% pay raise and the automaker also will pay into a staff pension account....More
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    BMW: Car Not Among Fruits of Discussions With Apple  

    The German automaker, denying a published report it is discussing developing or building a car with Apple, says the U.S. tech giant is just one of the companies with which it holds regular talks on topics such as connected vehicles....More
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    Continental Would Partner With Apple on Possible Car, CEO Says  

    Continental chief executive Elmar Degenhart says the German automotive supplier "would be interested" in collaborating with Apple should the U.S. tech juggernaut decide to build a vehicle....More
  • Newswire

    Toyota's New Executive Hires Reflect Diversity  

    Newly promoted executives include Julie Hamp and Christopher Reynolds, respectively the first woman and African-American to hold the title of managing officer....More
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    BMW Chief Sees Rough Road Ahead for Successor  

    Norbert Reithofer says at the Geneva Auto Show that current BMW production chief Harald Krueger will be challenged by continued development of electric cars and new technologies such as automated driving from companies with no car-building experience....More
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    CEO Marchionne Says FCA Could Shed More Than 10% of Ferrari  

    The Fiat Chrysler Automobiles chief cites high demand for Ferraris in the automaker's deliberations over how big a stake in the luxury brand it should sell in a planned initial public offering....More
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    Audi Reconnecting With Electric Sports-Car Development  

    The R8 e-tron unveiled at the Geneva Auto Show marks the luxury brand's revived interest in high-end electric vehicles such as those being marketed by Tesla and German rival BMW....More


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