Regulation And Safety

House panel could shift auto finance stance

As Democrats gain control of the House, a new chairman of the House Financial Services Committee with views radically different from her predecessor could shift the panel's stance on automotive finance regulation.

Suppliers fret as security probe lingers

The up-in-the-air status of a U.S. Department of Commerce 232 national security investigation remains a thorn in the side of suppliers, as they brace for potential price pressures throughout the supply chain.

UPDATED: 11/6/18 4:29 pm ET - adds details, Canada
NHTSA probes 1.7 million GM crossovers for windshield wiper failures

NHTSA said it is investigating whether General Motors should recall an additional 1.7 million crossovers for windshield wiper failures.

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House panel could shift auto finance stance

As Democrats gain control of the House, a new chairman of the House Financial Services Committee with views radically different from her predecessor could shift the panel's stance on automotive finance regulation.

Suppliers fret as security probe lingers

The up-in-the-air status of a U.S. Department of Commerce 232 national security investigation remains a thorn in the side of suppliers, as they brace for potential price pressures throughout the supply chain.


COMMENTARY: Chandrasekar Iyer
Disrupters must trust the 'nonconsumer'

The primary target for companies looking to establish a disruptive foothold in a market should be people who aren't yet customers of a product or service.

UPDATED: 11/8/18 10:11 am ET - adds new valuation
Ford buying scooter company Spin

The automaker said the scooters will roll out in 100 cities over the next 18 months, including a Thursday launch in Detroit. It did not disclose a purchase price.


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