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Joyson CEO aims to rebuild old Takata business

Guido Durrer shares his thoughts about the ongoing effort to ensure that Joyson distances itself from Takata's past product defects.

Auto industry lucky to have Penske

Roger Penske is truly a legend, writes an Automotive News reader in a letter to the editor.

The Ghosn road not taken

One year after Carlos Ghosn's arrest in Tokyo, the Nissan he created is stumbling. Ghosn is now blamed for creating the trouble, but in November 2018, he was on the verge of making corrections.

Charging stations for electric trucks will cost billions

Nikola Motor is venturing to put electric commercial trucks into use around the country. The development cost pales in comparison to the expense of creating a charging network.

Asbury plans overhaul of dealerships nationwide

The retailer will add technologies, adjust pay scales and consolidate dealership positions across its 88-store footprint to increase customer satisfaction and expedite the vehicle purchase process.