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Tesla reaches milestone with first $1 billion quarterly profit

That's 10 times the profit it made in the same quarter last year

Global shipping sounds alarm as crews are pushed to their limits

It's not good news for auto dealers clamoring for imported inventory

Top Olympic sponsor Toyota pulls Games-related TV ads

COVID-19 infections rise ahead of Friday’s opening ceremony

Woodward Dream Cruise is a go for this August

After last year's cancellation, we're celebrating cars again

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Will working from home more really result in less traffic?

The New York Times finds that it might bring other potential major changes

Moscow will give away free cars to people who get COVID vaccine

Five cars worth $13,900 each would be given away every week in a prize draw

Detroit Three automakers and UAW will continue to require masks

VW of America will allow vaccinated workers to go without

Nissan Ariya EV delayed by COVID and chip shortage

Here's what the new rollout schedule looks like

Indy 500 party time: Pandemic's biggest sporting event is sold out

A crowd of 135,000 — 90,000 of them vaccinated at the speedway

Renault, Nissan and Hyundai face shutdowns in India over workers' COVID fears

Workers have protested and some are planning strikes until safety and healthcare demands are met

Greyhound ends Canadian operations after nearly a century, hit by pandemic

It's a blow to rural communities who rely on the buses

Toyota profit soared despite chip shortage, pandemic

Says natural disasters have taught it how to respond to a crisis

UK new car sales rise over 3,000% from last year's lockdown low

Dealerships reopened to the public from April 12 in England

2021 Chicago Auto Show will officially be held in July

The 'special edition' show will run from July 15-19

24-hour subway service is coming back to New York on May 17

'The city that never sleeps is slowly — but surely — living up to its name again'

Public transit agencies have to work out how to win passengers back

It’s made more urgent as the United States confronts the climate change crisis

Ford to start on-site COVID-19 vaccination for U.S. employees

Providing it to employees at manufacturing facilities in three states

Woman arrested in San Francisco assault on Uber driver over mask

Driver was cursed and pepper-sprayed after asking rider to mask up

South Korea exempts auto chip buyers from COVID-19 quarantine

The country will also prioritize the vaccination of people key to auto chip procurement

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