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Reports are coming in that Tesla will reduce its salaried workforce

Reports are coming in that Tesla will reduce its salaried workforce

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700 and 600 hp, respectively, with electrification across Alfa lineup

Look for electrification across all models in the next few years.

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New Ram HD coming too, all part of FCA's latest five-year plan

FCA revealed this and more at its latest five-year plan.

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All this and more from FCA's next five-year plan

All this and more from FCA's next five-year plan.

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300 employees get axed, too

Uber has shut down its self-driving car operation in Arizona two months after a fatal crash involving one of its vehicles, the company said on Wednesday.

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Meanwhile, WSJ says tech for detecting Autopilot abuse was rejected

Swiss firefighters said on Monday that the impact in a fatal accident involving a Tesla electric car may have set off a fire in the vehicle's battery.

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Video also shows lava busting through a gate across a road

Emergency authorities battling lava flows and gas erupting from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano warned some residents to "go now" as a new fissure opened and more structures were destroyed.

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It does not appear to be at fault

A self-driving Chrysler Pacifica minivan operated by Waymo, the autonomy subsidiary of Alphabet/Google, was involved in a two-car accident Friday afternoon in Chandler, Ariz. First reports indicate the autonomous vehicle was not at fault in the crash — not the "violator vehicle," according to ABC 15 News. This may be Waymo's first accident in its Arizona test program.

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He knew but continued ‘to perpetrate the fraud,’ indictment says

Federal prosecutors in Detroit on Thursday unsealed charges against former Volkswagen Chief Executive Martin Winterkorn, accusing him of conspiring to mislead regulators about the German automaker's diesel emissions cheating.

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He'll be succeeded by a former Apple chip development exec

Tesla Inc's Autopilot chief Jim Keller is leaving the electric vehicle manufacturer to join chipmaker Intel Corp. Keller, Tesla's vice president of Autopilot and low-voltage hardware, will be succeeded by Pete Bannon, a Tesla executive who previously oversaw chip development at Apple Inc, a Tesla spokeswoman said via email on Thursday.

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Did Tesla fail to disclose serious injuries at a Fremont factory?

Tesla Inc is being probed by a California agency for occupational safety after a report that the electric carmaker failed to disclose serious injuries at a Fremont factory. The state's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Cal-OSHA) disclosed the inspection on Wednesday, two days after news website Reveal said that Tesla's omissions in legally mandated reports made its safety record appear better than it was.

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The incident happened in Tempe, Ariz., and involved a Volvo XC90.

An autonomously-driven Uber struck and killed a pedestrian in Tempe, Ariz., late Sunday evening. A statement from local police indicates that the woman was crossing the street outside of a crosswalk. A bicycle was present at the accident scene, according to local news station ABC 15, but it's not yet clear if the deceased was walking with or riding the bike.

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They also build in U.S., so they face double jeopardy in a trade war

They also build in U.S., so they face double jeopardy in a trade war

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Same goes for Boeing, Caterpillar and John Deere

U.S. steel and aluminum companies were pleased, however.

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It plans to bring its first car to U.S. market in 2020

It plans to bring its first car to U.S. market in 2020

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Bad day for automakers and owners, 'great day for clean air in Germany'

Bad day for automakers and owners, 'great day for clean air in Germany'

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A statement from Ford confirms the exec's departure.

Nair violated the company's code of conduct.

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Agreement will keep Takata afloat to make replacement inflators

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But it says Model 3 production is "ramping up" and sticks to production targets.

But it says Model 3 production is "ramping up" and sticks to production targets.