Ford’s plan, Bryan Salesky argues, is far grander than others and will involve up to 100,000 self-driving cars—with no steering wheel, accelerator, or brake pedal—operating in multiple U.S. cities, delivering people and packages around the clock.
International trade conflicts are making consumers skittish, eating into demand more than it expected.
An NLRB judge is considering allegations that Tesla management violated federal laws by restricting employees from organizing activities.
Tariffs, Nafta and Ford's restructuring get airtime at U.S.-Canadian suppliers gathering.
Order would provide welcome boost amid deep slump in sector.
The company almost doubled its market share in Germany in the past decade, to 6.4% in 2017 from 3.3% in 2006.
The Elkhart, Indiana, manufacturer continues to strengthen its market position through acquisitions.
Kent International uses components from China that are subject to duties. “Seriously, we are working on how to purchase elsewhere,” said CEO Arnold Kamler.
Deal by Ganfeng follows supplementary agreement with LG Chem.
The move brings Big Oil’s biggest names into a united front as climate activists and investors ratchet up the pressure on fossil-fuel providers.