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2 hrs ago | Asia News Network
Global automotive companies, having discovered the power of films, vie to have their vehicles appear in Hollywood movies or TV shows.
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7 hrs ago | International Business Times
Many jealous wives or girlfriends often make their partners choose between them and the object of their jealousy, whether it's another person or a thing.
11 hrs ago | Express India
Auto major Tata Motors plans to hike prices of its passenger vehicles by about 1 per cent from next month.
13 hrs ago | USA Today
Mustangs, government bailout, Detroit bankruptcy and anti-union sentiment were squeezed into a tongue-in-cheek interview with Ford CEO Alan Mulally who was a guest Thursday night on the Colbert Report.
17 hrs ago | SAE International
SAE Foundation announced today that it will honor Mary T. Barra with its Industry Leadership Award at the 2013 SAE Foundation Celebration Dinner.
Connie Champagne and Katya Smirnoff-Skyy and both beloved icons on the local cabaret scene.
Ford Motor CEO Alan Mulally has been topping lists as the most desirable candidate to take the reins from Steve Ballmer at Microsoft, but the odds are going down on the 68-year-old executive leaving the automaker.
Charlotte, Michigan-based Spartan Chassis Inc., a subsidiary of Spartan Motors, Inc. displayed its K3 and Mountain Master GT chassis along with several innovations during the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association's 51st Annual National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Kentucky, December 3-5.
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General Motors may consider shipping more South Korean-made cars to Australia, a source said today, as part of a global restructuring that will see its Chevrolet brand in Europe dropped and production in Australia potentially scrapped.
This holiday season Blue Bird Corporation has given a gift that will keep on giving for years to come.
General Motors Co. is making a five-year commitment for financial support to the annual Back to the Bricks car show and cruise.
Nissan Motor Co. forecast its growth in China will outpace industrywide sales in the country for the first time in three years as consumers in the world's largest auto market return to Japanese brands.
The all-new pony car, which Ford unveiled Thursday in six cities around the world, features Mustang DNA with a twist of new design characteristics and a mix of cues from Ford's current lineup.
From left, General Motors CEO Dan Akerson, Opel supervisory board chairman Steve Girsky and Opel CEO Karl-Thomas Neumann arrive for a meeting in Berlin earlier this year.
WiTricity, a creator of wireless charging systems, has signed an intellectual property license agreement with Toyota Motor Corp. Under the agreement, Toyota is expected to offer wireless charging on future rechargeable plug-in hybrid electric and fully electric vehicles.