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Next comes a new chairman — and board control of Musk's tweeting

Next comes a new chairman — and board control of Musk's tweeting.

Report

Will compete with the very carmakers it supplies

Will compete with the very carmakers it supplies.

Official

Follows ban in Hamburg, with those in Frankfurt and Stuttgart pending

Follows ban in Hamburg, with those in Frankfurt and Stuttgart pending.

The SUV will be called Purosangue — translation: Thoroughbred

The SUV will be called Purosangue — translation: Thoroughbred.

'We have to accept that we cannot force them to incriminate themselves'

'We have to accept that we cannot force them to incriminate themselves'

60 industry groups band together: 'Enough is enough'

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President could invoke national-security sanction against Mexico

President could invoke national-security sanction against Mexico.

GM's execs scouted Ford's operation, then went a different route

GM's execs scouted Ford's operation, then went a different route.

Elon Musk's hated short-sellers 'might be smelling blood in the water'

Elon Musk's hated short-sellers now 'might be smelling blood in the water.'

They say it's political rhetoric, though automotive stocks are a worry

They say it's political rhetoric, though European automakers are a worry.

U.S. car tariffs appear to be on pause ‘as long as we are negotiating’

U.S. car tariffs appear to be on pause 'as long as we are negotiating.'

ETC

But leaders of bigger unions are apparently bigger soccer fans

But leaders of bigger unions are apparently bigger soccer fans.

Report

Personnel files also revealed in huge data breach

A massive data leak has revealed the personnel files of hundreds of employees at Jaguar Land Rover's factory in Solihull, England. The documents reveal details such as sick days used, disciplinary issues and — most notably — red lines indicating potential firings in the weeks or months ahead. In total, the personal records of more than 600 workers were released. JLR is scrambling to contain the crisis. The breach was first reported by the Huffington Post UK, with the automaker initia

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U.S. national security investigation alarms BMW, VW and Daimler

U.S. national security investigation alarms BMW, VW and Daimler.

‘They can actually feel’: Collaborative robots work alongside people

Carmakers have big plans for their next generation of factories: smarter designs, artificial intelligence and collaborative robots building a wide range of vehicles on the same line.

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Scott Pruitt wants to revoke ‘California waiver’ to set own standards

The Trump administration's rejection on Monday of an Obama-era plan to make automobiles more fuel efficient opens up a long process to weaken current standards and puts California and the federal government on a collision course over vehicle emissions.

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It cost him $50 a night; travel expenses under review, too

The White House is reviewing Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt's activities after reports he paid below the market rate to live in a condo owned by a lobbyist who deals with issues overseen by the agency, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Authoritarian leader tries to show he's tough by destroying perfectly good cars he could have just sold.

He could have just sold them. How dumb is that?

Breaking

Firefighters: "Amazingly, there were no injuries!"

"Amazingly, there were no injuries."

Here's how the German luxury sector shakes out

Mercedes' sales jumped nearly 10 percent.

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