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General Motors to Invest $1 Billion in Warren Technical Center Expansion

GM has decided to invest a whopping $1 billion in its Warren Technical Center campus in Michigan that should help add 2,600 new jobs to the current 19,000 employees at the technical center. more


Weak Euro May Curb Daimler's US Growth

The falling value of the euro against the dollar may influence Daimler to revisit its plans to expand U.S. production. more


Takata Appoints General Counsel

Takata has tapped a new general counsel for its North American unit in the midst of investigating and recalling faulty air bags. more


Toyota Expands in Ann Arbor

Toyota is consolidating vehicle development and powertrain functions in Michigan. more


Automakers Expand Takata Recalls

Honda, Nissan and Mitsubishi have recalled thousands more vehicles in markets worldwide after an incident in Japan where a passenger-side air bag exploded. more

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Honda Makes Nationwide Recall

Honda's campaign to repair vehicles with faulty driver-side air bags has been expanded nationwide. more


Ford, Chrysler Expand Recalls

Two more automakers have expanded recalls for faulty air bag inflators. more

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Google Expands in Los Angeles

Google reportedly paid $120 million for a dozen-acre expansion in Los Angeles. more

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Nissan Expands to 52K Recalled Cars

The recall for potentially explosive air bags affects 52,738 vehicles in 12 U.S. states and territories. more

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GM Expands Delta Township Plant

The automaker hasn't yet specified what the extra 210,000 square feet will be used for. more


Lyft Cars in 24 New Cities

Lyft, the car-sharing service known for pink mustaches on its vehicles, will be in 60 U.S. markets total. more

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