Managing Automotive

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Starting on January 1, 2020, automotive dealers will need to comply with the strongest online privacy law in the United States, the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018.
Ford heads to the far east to help in the autonomous competition.
Why be competitors, when friends can get it done?
VW is looking for their autonomous BFF.
The next time you’re on Ben Yehuda Street you might just hail an autonomous taxi.
A German court in Stuttgart has ordered Porsche SE to pay its investors for failing to provide timely information about the Volkswagen diesel emissions scandal.
Don’t waive the checkered flag yet in autonomous race in San Francisco.
The newest auto and tech BFF’s have joined the club.
California Gov. Jerry Brown, in a surprise move, vetoed a wide-ranging bill backed by the California New Car Dealers Association over his concerns regarding a formula automakers would have had to use to pay dealers for warranty and recall repairs.
The residents will get to participate in the process.
As if their litigation problems weren’t enough, Germany's beleaguered car industry faces another regulatory tangle, as the European Union opened a probe into Volkswagen AG, Daimler AG and BMW AG over suspected collusion that could have delayed clean-emissions technology for cars.
Imitation is the best form of flattery.
Add another player to the autonomous game.
Manufacturers are spending more money than ever before on incentives according to a recent online article published by McKinsey & Company, a New York based global management consulting firm.
Check those VIN numbers!
Just when you thought you were helping the environment.
Samsung is looking toward the future.
Uber puts self-driving trucks in reverse.
It’s time to (autonomously) roll along to that rollback sale.
The new family member even gets its own room.