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Daimler AG , the German parent of Mercedes-Benz, would like to expand its cooperation with Tesla Motors Inc , the U.S. electric-car maker, a top Daimler executive said on Thursday. "I told my guys, go back to Tesla and look for other opportunities"
Without taxpayers' help, Elon Musk's electric-car startup wouldn't have rolled this far. Press Tesla Motors will announce its second-quarter results after the stock market closes Wednesday. Since it reported its first modest profit in May, the
Four-cylinder engines back, long summer for autoworkers A 2013 Ford Fusion is shown during the Chicago Auto Show at McCormick Place on February 9, 2012 in Chicago. UPI/Brian Kersey License photo The Detroit Three automakers are scaling back their
News Ltd websites say hundreds of jobs are expected to be axed.
News Related Topics The Fisker automotive electric Atlantic sedan logo is seen during its unveiling ahead of the 2012 International Auto Show in New York April 3, 2012. Fisker Automotive, the struggling hybrid sports car maker, terminated most of its
An Arlington resident who filed a petition with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration over a braking issue in her 2005 Honda Pilot said today she will wait to see how the car maker handles a massive recall involving the same problem
In February this year, Japanese car maker Toyota achieved something it hadn't managed before: it sped past Tata Motors as the fourth largest car maker in the country. Though Tata Motors' production cut in February may have helped Toyota indirectly,
Volkswagen AG cautioned late this week that earnings would stall this year, triggering a 7% drop in its shares on worries that the pain in Europe's automobile industry is taking a toll on one of its few remaining winners. VW's run-up Europe's largest
Minister of Finance Jim Flaherty responds to a question during question period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Tuesday, November 27, 2012. Market View Autos File picture shows a traffic light in front of the Opel plant in
The general media in Europe has already begun asking if the automobile will eventually come full circle and return to its origins as a luxury item. Speaking at a conference about future mobility in Munich overnight, an urban planning expert for