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Autos Industry

A downturn across the global auto industry has pushed car makers together, forging alliances to pool technology and resources. Now two major state-owned auto makers in China are making such a move.

Autos Industry

Sales of vans used to transport packages and other internet-ordered items are booming, driven by a continued surge in online shopping and the popularity of free delivery services, auto executives and analysts say.

Autos Industry

The Securities and Exchange Commission has opened an investigation into whether German luxury car maker BMW manipulated sales figures, according to people familiar with the matter.

Autos Industry

BMW and Daimler said they would shutter their joint car-sharing operation in North America and in some European cities early next year, further clouding the outlook for car-sharing services and the German auto makers.

Autos Industry

After finalizing merger terms to form the world’s third-largest auto maker, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and Peugeot maker PSA Group face the challenges of securing government backing to complete their trans-Atlantic tie-up.

WSJ News Exclusive

Before he lost his job in October, Renault chief Thierry Bolloré demanded an independent audit of Nissan’s probe into former Chairman Carlos Ghosn, citing conflict-of-interest concerns.

Autos Industry

Chinese auto sales fell for the 17th straight month in November, though the pace of decline eased, as the world’s biggest auto market becomes more saturated and a slowing economy sees buyers cut spending.

Autos Industry

Auto makers will likely recall 1.4 million cars after new problems were discovered with air bags produced in the 1990s by Takata Corporation, opening another front in the already giant effort to make sure drivers are safe from some devices made by the company.

Autos Industry

A contract agreement at Fiat Chrysler offers workers better pay and health care for new hires and bigger profit-sharing checks, endangering the company’s labor-cost advantage over its two Detroit rivals.

Logistics Report

Order books for heavy-duty truck manufacturers are thinning out as a weaker U.S. industrial economy pushes fleet operators to put the brakes on plans to expand freight-carrying capacity.