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Section Page News - Automotive News

Section Page News - Automotive News
  1. Safety tension boils over at hearing on Autopilot

    In the case of a deadly Tesla crash, lack of cooperation by the automaker and state and federal transportation agencies has brought simmering tensions to the boiling point.

  2. Coronavirus is a major wake-up call for U.S. auto industry

    China offers colossal market opportunities and unmatched industrial scale. But it is not the place to put all of your eggs.

  3. In era of tight new-car margins, retailers dream up ways to free up cash

    New-car margins don't pay the bills anymore. So what is a dealer to do? "Think about everything else ... new, used, F&I, parts and service," says Thomas England of DHG Dealerships.

  4. Tenneco board changes draw ire of activist investor

    The supplier, moving to improve governance and enhance independent oversight of the board, shuffled director duties that could provoke a fight with former Icahn Enterprises executive Dan Ninivaggi, who in January demanded the board make more sweeping changes or risk a proxy battle.

  5. Kia to recall 193,000 vehicles for potential fuel leak, fire risk

    The U.S. recalls cover nearly 142,000 Optima sedans from the 2013-14 model years and more than 51,000 Sedona minivans from the 2011-12 model years. The automaker said it's not aware of any fires or injuries due to the defects.

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