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End of an era at Renault-Nissan

With Thierry Bollore's ouster at Renault and new leaders taking the helm at Nissan, Carlos Ghosn's imprint on the alliance is quickly disappearing.

Tokyo auto show preview

A dearth of participating foreign brands means the Japanese automakers will have to step up their game.

Economic impact of UAW strike balloons

By the end of last week, some 150,000 workers either had been laid off or had their pay reduced, a consulting firm said. Most of those affected don't even work for GM.

Women's well-being a priority at Penske

Penske Automotive Group plans next year to expand its Women's Wellness Week initiative to more female employees.

Ford GT race stint ends after 4 years, 19 wins

From disaster in Daytona to glory at Le Mans, Ford's racing director said the latest incarnation of its legendary supercar "absolutely" accomplished what officials intended: win