Uber Ends Self-Driving Program In Arizona After Fatal CrashThe decision announced Wednesday means Uber won't be bringing back its self-driving cars to the streets to Arizona, eliminating the jobs of about 300 people who served as backup drivers and performed other jobs connected to the vehicles.
Investigators find no cause of Meridian Magnesium fireMichigan fire investigators say they have failed to determine the cause of the initial explosion that led to a fire that severely damaged an auto parts manufacturing plant.
Consumer Reports Raises Concerns Over Tesla Model 3 BrakingLong emergency stopping distances, difficult-to-use controls and a harsh ride stopped Tesla's Model 3 electric car from getting a recommended buy rating from Consumer Reports.
Ford to resume F-150 production after supply plant fireFord is resuming production of its F-150 pickup following a fire at a plant where parts for the vehicle are made.
Autonomous Vehicle Technology Conference Held In DetroitLeaders in autonomous vehicle technology are meeting this week in Detroit.
Wall Street Not Worried About Ford’s Cutback to F-150 ProductionWall Street is not worried about the fire at the Ford Plant which caused cut backs on the production of the F-150.
Former VW Ceo Indicted In Emissions Cheating CaseA federal grand jury in Detroit has indicted former Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn on charges stemming from the company's diesel emissions cheating scandal.
Belle Tire agrees to $343,000 deal with government over payThe government says a Michigan-based tire dealer has agreed to pay $343,000 in back wages to 1,200 employees.
Snyder & British Official Sign Memo On Auto TechMichigan Gov. Rick Snyder and a British government official have signed a memorandum of understanding designed to strengthen the production of advancements in automotive technology and mobility.
Feds Widen Safety Probes Of Ford, VW And NissanThe U.S. government's highway safety agency is expanding three investigations for brake and air bag troubles that could affect more than 2.3 million vehicles from Ford, Volkswagen and Nissan.
GM Replaces Cadillac President After Us Sales DeclineGeneral Motors has replaced the head of its Cadillac luxury brand, which has struggled for years to compete against German and Japanese luxury automakers in the U.S.
China Will Allow Foreign Ownership Allowing More US Automakers In MarketFacing the risk of a trade fight with the United States, China announced plans Tuesday to allow full foreign ownership of automakers in five years.

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