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Elon Musk is proposing to buy Twitter Inc. for the original offer price of $54.20 a share, potentially avoiding a courtroom fight over one of the most contentious acquisitions in recent history.
LAS VEGAS — Ambitious targets for electric vehicle sales — in California or nationwide — will be hard to achieve by 2030 or 2035, Akio Toyoda told reporters here last week.
DETROIT — Hau Thai-Tang spent the final days of his nearly 35-year career at Ford Motor Co. in the same place where he got his first big break: Flat Rock Assembly Plant.
The automaker organized a sendoff
Here are highlights from the latest episodes of ‘Daily Drive’, Automotive News’ weekday podcast, Sept. 25-29, hosted by Jamie Butters with Kellen Walker.
“That is often the absolute
DETROIT — Jeep provided a glimpse into its electrification plans during the Detroit auto show with previews of the Wrangler-inspired Recon off-roader and the sleek Wagoneer S that will expand its line
LAS VEGAS – Ambitious targets for electric vehicle sales – in California or nationwide – will be hard to achieve by 2030 or 2035, Akio Toyoda told reporters Thursday.
NEW YORK — Elon Musk‘s lawyers urged a federal appeals court to throw out a provision in his 2018 consent decree with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission requiring a Tesla Inc. lawyer
WILMINGTON, Del. — Elon Musk and Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal are rescheduling their depositions in the company’s lawsuit over Musk’s $44 billion buyout.
A new date for the postponed depositions
A Carvana Co. executive is facing dozens of criminal charges tied to the company’s alleged motor vehicle licensing and records violations in Illinois.
In mid-May the Illinois Secretary of State
TOKYO — Hiroto Saikawa, former CEO of Nissan who presided over the arrest and ouster of his boss and mentor Carlos Ghosn — only to be drummed out of the company himself — is back in the business
Here are highlights from the latest episodes of ‘Daily Drive’, Automotive News’ weekday podcast, Sept. 6-8, hosted by Jamie Butters with Kellen Walker.
“Automobiles since the start
TOKYO — Nearly four years after the arrest of Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn at a Tokyo airport, acrimony and legal wrangling continue to fester as the carmakers he once ran fight to recover from the
Stellantis has named Chris Taylor its chief digital information officer, a newly created position as the automaker works to become a “mobility tech company.”
Taylor reports to Xavier Chéreau,
Elon Musk can use a whistleblower’s claims in his legal case against Twitter Inc. but the billionaire cannot delay the trial over his attempt to walk away from his $44 billion deal for the company,
Mazda Financial Services President and Toyota Financial Services private label Group Vice President Pete Carey will retire Sept. 30 after nearly 30 years with Toyota.
He will be succeeded by Toyota Financial
Here are highlights from the latest episodes of ‘Daily Drive’, Automotive News’ weekday podcast, Aug. 29-31, hosted by Jamie Butters with Kellen Walker.
“This is an opportunity for
Carrie Roca has joined Automotive News as a copy editor.
Roca, 63, has spent her entire career in automotive journalism, most recently as managing editor with the Hill and Knowlton agency overseeing
Herbert Diess’s master plan for beating Tesla hinged on replacing factory workers with 10,000 software workers who would transform Volkswagen Group into a tech player.
Instead, after two years of VW
Porsche is planning a big new hire in the lead up to its probable initial public offering.
The Volkswagen Group-owned sports-car maker intends to appoint Sajjad Khan to its executive board, according
HAMBURG — Volkswagen Group’s supervisory board agreed on Tuesday evening to remove two seats from the automaker’s 12-person management board, sources familiar with the matter said.
Tom Pappert, a longtime Chrysler sales executive who earned a reputation as an outspoken advocate for dealers both during and after his tenure, died Monday in suburban Detroit after a three-year battle