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Looking back on Honda's brush with the UAW

The UAW's quest to organize Marysville would come up short against the patience of Honda executive Shige Yoshida, who brushed off pressure from Japan brass to recognize the union.

Ferrari, Fiat Chrysler prepare for future without Marchionne

Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne, out on medical leave for the past several weeks, won't return to his CEO roles at the Italian-American automaker or at race car manufacturer Ferrari NV, people familiar with the matter said.

Collectors expert McKeel Hagerty says it's a 'golden age of muscle'

You don't have to go into too many old barns to find the collector cars of tomorrow, says one of the collectible trade's leading authorities, Hagerty CEO McKeel Hagerty.

Autonomous vehicles face challenges from wireless device interference

Companies developing autonomous and connected-vehicle technology face an old problem for electronics: interference from other wireless devices.

Ferrari board to name Marchionne succssors Saturday

Directors of Fiat Chrysler and Ferrari will meet Saturday to discuss succession plans for CEO Sergio Marchionne, who is on medical leave, a person with knowledge of the matter told Automotive News Europe.