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Apple hires former BMW EV executive for its rebooted car project

Ulrich Kranz was behind the i3 and i8 and is also a co-founder of Canoo

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Ferrari names Benedetto Vigna as new CEO

Vigna, 52, will join Ferrari in September from Geneva-based chipmaker STMicroelectronics

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Analysis: U.S. labor secretary likely to investigate gig employers like Uber

Millions of workers could ultimately become eligible for, say, OT or minimum wage

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GM announces 'Work Appropriately,' to continue working from home

Post-pandemic policy, for those who can, will broaden workforce beyond Detroit

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Tesla reportedly courted VW's Herbert Diess for CEO job in 2015

Elon Musk himself reportedly offered him the job

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Nikola loses fuel-cell development head, shares fall

Jesse Schneider has left the company to pursue other opportunities in the hydrogen industry

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CEO of Google's self-driving car spinoff Waymo steps down from job

John Krafcik led Waymo to the most success anyone seems to be having in autonomy

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Zero-emission vehicles will lead to thousands of job losses, says Daimler

Daimler Trucks chairman says EV powertrains take fewer people to build

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Osamu Suzuki announces retirement at age 91

He has led Suzuki for more than four decades

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Jaguar Land Rover to cut workforce by 2,000 in push toward electric future

'The full review of the Jaguar Land Rover organization is already under way'

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AP Fact Check: Biden is using fuzzy math on 1 million new auto jobs

Industry experts doubt that's going to happen, for several reasons

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Mahindra cuts over half of its workforce in North America

A recent favorable ruling could bring back lots of those workers to build the Roxor again

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U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao resigns

Chao says she 'cannot set aside' pro-Trump insurrection at Capitol

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FCA CEO Mike Manley will run Americas for Stellantis after PSA merger

Fiat Chrysler’s Jeep and Ram brands are highly profitable in America

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Tesla will halt Model S and X production for 18 days

The high-end EVs just aren't in much demand

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Tesla diversity report reveals Black employees hold just 4% of its U.S. leadership roles

Tesla says it plans to increase representation of all under-represented groups next year

Women comprise 17% of the company's U.S. leadership roles - directors and vice presidents - and 21% of the overall workforce, according to the report. The carmaker noted, though, that leadership roles were a "very small cohort", or less than 0.4%, of its workforce. Elon Musk's Tesla, whose meteoric rise has seen it become the most valuable auto company in the world and worth about $550 billion, acknowledged the lack of representation.

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Ford may make its own battery cells as a way to preserve jobs

New CEO Jim Farley reverses what Jim Hackett said just months ago

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GM to hire 3,000 in EV and autonomous car push

It's all about the software to get the hardware on the road

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