Managing Automotive

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What’s a few billion dollars in R&D among competitors?
One of top cities in the world for autonomous vehicle preparedness is taking a big step toward that goal with the launch of a new, full-size driverless electric bus that will be tested on public roads later this year.
Apple takes a bite out of Project Titan by laying off employees in its self-driving car program.
FedEx is working on how to automatically get goods across the finish line.
A tune all too familiar to many Americans.
The latest hire by Geely Automobile Holdings illustrates that the privately held Chinese company is intent on becoming a key player in the global automotive marketplace.
What do autonomous cars and drones have in common?
And they say robots are taking all the human jobs …
A Tokyo District Court has denied Carlos Ghosn’s request for release on bail.
It’s time to watch that self-driving bottom line.
Israel-based Mobileye, which makes technology for autonomous driving, said it was expanding its business in China with two new partnerships, paving the way for smaller Israeli competitors that could benefit from U.S.-Sino trade tensions.
Who’s ready to just go along for the ride?
Breaking up is hard to do.
San Francisco – Arent Fox LLP is pleased to announce the addition of seven lawyers from Kay & Merkle, a San Francisco-based commercial, real estate, automotive, and litigation firm with deep ties in the Bay Area. The Kay & Merkle team joined the firm on January 1, 2019, enhancing Arent Fox’s ability
Carlos Ghosn, the embattled former Nissan Chairman, was arrested for a third time by Japanese prosecutors on December 21.
The Germans are joining ranks with the Swedish.
GM announced on Tuesday that it will cut 50 jobs at a lithium ion battery assembly plant in suburban Detroit.