Honda Recalling Nearly 1.4 Million Vehicles in U.S.

Honda Recalling Nearly 1.4 Million Vehicles in U.S.

Honda Motor Co is recalling 1.79 million vehicles worldwide, including 1.4 million in the U.S., covering four separate campaigns for Honda and Acura vehicles. The largest of the group is for 737,000 model-year 2018-2020 Accord and Accord Hybrid vehicles along with...
French Authorities Ramp Up Ghosn Tax Investigation

French Authorities Ramp Up Ghosn Tax Investigation

Former Renault-Nissan executive Carlos Ghosn may have felt his legal issues abating with his escape to Lebanon from Japan; however, he may be seeing more problems in the near future as French authorities are investigating him for tax evasion. Ghosn, who was head of...
UAW Strikes Deal with Feds to Remain Independent

UAW Strikes Deal with Feds to Remain Independent

Under pressure from a lengthy federal investigation that led to the conviction of two former union presidents on criminal charges, the United Auto Workers agreed to a settlement that will place the union’s finances and its internal elections under the supervision of...
Germany Set to Extend EV Incentives to 2025

Germany Set to Extend EV Incentives to 2025

German carmakers have made major investments in electric vehicles and now the German government is preparing to help sell those new EVs with a new round of incentives. Earlier this month, Germany rolled out a program that extends its environmental subsidies for...
GM Looking to Grow its Finance Arm’s Capabilities

GM Looking to Grow its Finance Arm’s Capabilities

General Motors has been generating plenty of attention for its plans to shift to battery-electric vehicle production; however, the auto company has also been looking to get back into some old businesses too, namely banking. It’s an oversimplification, but the Wall...
Fiat Chrysler and PSA Not Exactly a “Merger of Equals”

Fiat Chrysler and PSA Not Exactly a “Merger of Equals”

Chrysler fans with good memories remember the last time the company was involved in a “merger of equals,” and how it worked out so when the phrase was tied to the partnering of Fiat Chrysler and PSA there was some skepticism. Turns out they had reason to be skeptical....

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