Nissan Just Took Over Mitsubishi

Nissan and Mitsubishi have officially joined forces to share technology, vehicle platforms and more.

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European Emissions Rules Could Be 'Fatal' to Industry

Automotive executives are warning that European regulation could kill the auto industry.

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GM, Toyota, Honda Top July 2013 Auto Sales

In a month where not a single automaker saw a decline in sales, General Motors, Toyota, and Ford were the leaders.

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Lincoln Tops Customer Satisfaction Index

Back in 2009, customer satisfaction with major automakers reached an overall ranking of 84 out of 100 on the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI). That mark has been reached again this year, showing that new car buyers are satisfied with major automakers.

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Auto Industry Hiring Rate up 32% Versus 2011

Job security in the automotive industry has been questionable for many workers, though in last two years, things have begun to turn around, and now auto companies are hiring once again. 

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Ohio and Missouri Governors Visit NAIAS to Talk Investment With Manufacturers

Ohio Governor John Kasich and Missouri Governor Jay Nixon made a visit to Detroit this week during the North American International Auto Show in an effort to bring U.S. automotive manufacturing to their respective states.

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California And Automakers Argue Over ZEV Proposals

Living up to it it’s rogue reputation on vehicle emissions, California is once again locking horns with automakers regarding upcoming smog and fuel economy standards, specifically its Zero Emissions Vehicle (ZEV) plan.

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Renault-Nissan Open Silicon Valley Research Office

As part of its drive to focus on sustainable technologies and new ideas, the RenaultNissan Alliance is opening a research office, across the road from Google HQ in Silicon Valley, California.

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