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    Exec Says Robots Could Help West Regain Car Making Edge  

    Donald Walker, CEO of Canadian auto supplier Magna, says the falling cost of automated systems may help automakers in North America and Germany reclaim manufacturing work now done in low-cost countries such as China....More
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    Johnson Controls Cost Cuts to Include 3,000 Layoffs  

    The Tier 1 auto-parts supplier says it expects to save up to $250 million a year by cutting 2.5% of its total workforce over the next two years....More
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    Chinese Car Market on Rebound, Valeo CEO Says  

    CEO Jacques Aschenbroich says he believes the world's largest car market is recovering after having "hit the bottom," and sticks with his prediction that the French auto supplier will hit its full-year financial targets....More
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    Daimler's Zetsche Would Consider Battery Alliance  

    Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche says "there might be other areas" for his company, BMW and Volkswagen's Audi unit to extend the alliance they formed earlier this year to buy Nokia's maps business....More
  • Sep 14, 2015

    Mapping the User Experience

    Millions of consumers have formed a special bond with Apple’s user interface. Automakers want to emulate this kind of user experience, known as UX in tech circles, to create loyalty to a vehicle brand, not just a smartphone....More
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    New Markets Await Electric, Connected Cars, Bosch Says  

    Rolf Bulander, a board member with the supplier, says peripheral automotive businesses such as car leasing will be among those benefiting from stepped-up electronics expertise....More
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    Autoliv, Nissin Kogyo Form Brakes JV  

    Autoliv will control 51% of the venture, which will combine the Swedish auto supplier's brake-control operations with a portion of the Japanese supplier's brake business....More
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