Colorado Joining California in Mandating Electric-Vehicle Sales
Four Ex-Audi Officials Indicted by U.S. Over Emissions Cheating
Stretch Limos Would Be Banned in New York Under Cuomo Proposal
Officials from Washington to Wall Street are skeptic if the partial U.S. government shutdown extends into spring -- or beyond.
FAA to Recall Thousands of Furloughed Inspectors to Break Logjams
Fiat Chrysler CEO Says Shutdown Could Delay Launch of Its New Trucks
Fiat Chrysler Agrees to Pay Fine, Recall Vehicles in Diesel Case
Many government departments have been shuttered and some 800,000 employees are either furloughed or working without pay.
Fiat Chrysler will pay a civil penalty of less than $500 million to settle a lawsuit brought by the U.S. Justice Department.
The Michigan-based automaker broke into the top 10 list of U.S. patent recipients last year with 53 more than Google.
The resolution would include a financial penalty in line with Fiat Chrysler’s guidance to investors.
FEMA Vying to Keep Flood Insurance Program Alive During Shutdown
Thousands of U.S. home sales are being held up because of the federal government shutdown.
U.S. airports may be just as vulnerable to the kind of illegal drone incursions that shut down the U.K.’s second-busiest hub.
NTSB Says Probe of Deadly Limo Crash Hindered by NY Prosecutor
Trump Flunks Econ 101 in Auto Mileage Rollback, Researchers Say
Barra will face ire during two days of meetings this week with the lawmakers for automaker’s plans to shed as many as 15,000 jobs.
White House is looking to whittle down a $30 billion automotive-trade deficit with Germany by increasing production in the U.S.
Currently, consumers who buy plug-in electric cars are eligible for a $7,500 federal tax credit.
GM CEO Is Said to Plan Meeting With Lawmakers On Plant Cutbacks
Trump pointed to a longstanding U.S. tariff on imported pickup trucks that has helped U.S.-based automakers dominate that market.