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Instead of national strike, UAW could target key plants for ripple effect

Can the UAW get deals with the Detroit 3 -- and persuade its restless membership to approve them -- without a strike?

Toyota: Export U.S. best practices to China

Toyota is benchmarking its U.S. success story in an effort to repeat the winning formula in China. The goal: China surpasses the U.S. as Toyota's volume leader.

Ford reboots in China, with deeper local intel

Desperate to reverse last year's 37 percent tumble in China sales, Ford is belatedly following rivals in doing things differently.

Carvana encounters same hurdle as dealers

In Carvana's most recent quarterly earnings call, CEO Ernie Garcia said the company more than tripled its customer-sourced car volume in 2018, but still lags behind the industry leader.

Rural areas vie for mobility grants

The U.S. Department of Transportation will award as much as $60 million in grants this spring to communities seeking to demonstrate automated-driving systems. The applicants include a number of smaller communities.