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US: government approves incentives to auto industry whistle-blowers


A US Senate committee recently approved the legislation that would see the introduction of payments and awards to employees and contractors who come forward to the federal government with information about vehicle defects or violations of law that could pose a threat to life. The Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee was the one passing U.S. Sen. John Thune’s bill – ...
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UK: prime minister Cameron visits local auto factories, could be a covert operation to divert attention from move out of EU
Prime Minister David Cameron has embarked on a series of election-season trips, also touring the bustling British car plants, seeking attention as the local auto industry is enjoying a newfound ...
Apple: the electric car could be a dream or a nightmare
Over the weekend the bombshell was dropped all over the media channels – according to sources Apple Inc. is mulling the development of an electric car, called Project Titan. With information ...
Bosch sees its automotive supplier top spot threatened
Germany’s Robert Bosch is the No. 1 automotive supplier in the world, but that spot comes with numerous woes and responsibilities, which is why the car parts division has a ...
Automakers are the latest victims of “patent-trolling”
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Top auto executives rally to support EU-US trade agreement
Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche, Volkswagen AG chief Martin Winterkorn and other top officials of Germany’s car industry are set to gather today in Berlin in support for a transatlantic free ...
US: President Obama believes Detroit spearheads the American recovery
Earlier this month President Barack Obama took the time to visit metro Detroit and a Ford plant as the state of Michigan contained a historic comeback within the automotive industry. Now, ...
Obama visits Ford plant to highlight auto industry recovery
President Barack Obama, on a tour that previews some of the subjects he is expected to hit on the upcoming State of the Union address, was in Michigan this week ...
US: what may or may not come in 2015
The US economy has been fueled this year by the largest job growth since 1999 and the auto industry has taken its lion share, with what seems like the best ...
US: auto sales to Cuba are a complicated affair
President Barack Obama recently announced that he mulls the easing of the 54-year-old US trade embargo against Communist-ruled Cuba, spawning a political debate on whether the auto industry should reenter ...

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