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  • Falling used-car prices will drive up new-car incentives

    Falling used-car prices will drive up new-car incentives
    DETROIT (Reuters) - The U.S. auto industry will have to offer more discounts to maintain demand as prices for used cars decline. With auto sales recovering from their recession-era slump, the industry's supply of used cars has started to rise again,...
  • Hyundai pays $17 million fine for delaying Genesis brake recall

    Hyundai pays $17 million fine for delaying Genesis brake recall
    Hyundai will pay a $17-million federal fine for failing to promptly report a brake problem in Hyundai Genesis cars, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Thursday. The action by the auto safety agency marks a step up in enforcement....
  • Nissan closes gap with Honda in U.S. thanks to stylish designs, discounts

    Nissan closes gap with Honda in U.S. thanks to stylish designs, discounts
    DETROIT (Reuters) - For more than 25 years, the contest among Japanese car makers in North America has been a two-horse race, led by Toyota with Honda in second place and Nissan in the rear view mirror trailing far behind. Not anymore. Nissan, thanks to...
  • GM recalls 200,000 Saturn VUEs; Volkswagen adds to Routan recall

    GM recalls 200,000 Saturn VUEs; Volkswagen adds to Routan recall
    General Motors has issued recalls for another round of cars with problems related to faulty ignition switches. The company said 202,115 of its Saturn VUEs from the years 2002 to 2004 may be fitted with keys that can come out when the car is still turned...
  • GM recalls another 269,000 cars for variety of defects

    GM recalls another 269,000 cars for variety of defects
    DETROIT (Reuters) - General Motors said on Friday it is recalling 269,000 vehicles to fix a variety of defects. The largest of the five recalls involves 202,115 Saturn Vue crossovers from model years 2002-2004 to replace faulty ignition cylinders. GM...
  • So male CEOs struggle with work-life balance too. Now what?

    Max Schireson, CEO of software company MongoDB, is the latest high-powered executive to acknowledge the challenge of being both a parent and a company leader. Schireson has gotten lots of attention for his refreshingly honest blog post titled "Why I...
  • NFL Must Be Called To Account Over Ray Rice Penalty

    Imagine being punched in the face by a 218-pound National Football League player. Then imagine him dragging your unconscious body out of an elevator and dropping your face against the marble floor, all captured by hotel security cameras. Then try to...
  • Debate over web-connected cars, driver privacy headed to Maryland

    Debate over web-connected cars, driver privacy headed to Maryland
    About one in five cars on American roadways connects to outside parties via cellular telephone networks, transmitting data on drivers' speeding and braking habits, their location, and their vehicle's health and performance. By 2025, AAA predicts, all...
  • Safety violations at China auto factory led to dust blast: report

    Safety violations at China auto factory led to dust blast: report
    HONG KONG - Chinese officials have blamed the chairman of a car parts factory in eastern China and local regulators for safety breaches that led to the most deadly industrial accident in a year, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Monday. The...
  • Health, Safety Should Be Factors In Keeping Settlements Secret

    Health, Safety Should Be Factors In Keeping Settlements Secret
    By now we know that ignition defects in Chevrolet Cobalts contributed to the deaths of at least 13 people. The real number may be more than 20 times as high. But we could have found out a lot sooner — soon enough, perhaps, to save many of those...
  • GM to offer connected car, automated driving technology in 2016

    GM to offer connected car, automated driving technology in 2016
    General Motors Co will introduce in two years its first car that can communicate with other vehicles to help avoid accidents and ease traffic congestion, Chief Executive Mary Barra said on Sunday. In the same time frame, GM also will introduce more...