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Buick's U.S. lineup may draw on China

As Buick reshuffles its U.S. lineup, the brand expects GM China to play a bigger role.

Ford overhaul nears halfway point

Ford is about half finished with a global reshaping of its operations and procedures to be able to tackle CEO Jim Hackett's mammoth $25.5 billion cost-cutting plan.

How Germany's giants are transforming into tech companies

IT specialists are in high demand as German automakers battle to lure programmers, coders and developers for smartphone-enabled mobility services. 

Rolls-Royce races to catch up to demand for Cullinan SUV

For Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Americas, the order bank for the new Cullinan SUV is full through July, and the vehicle continues to bring in orders, says Martin Fritsches, CEO of the British brand's North American subsidiary.

AVs no surefire path to pedestrian safety

Safety advocates are urging road design changes to address rising numbers of pedestrian deaths across the country, warning that self-driving technology, while promising, isn't a fool-proof answer to safety concerns.