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Subaru aims to get serious about micro sales in world's biggest market

Subaru has a growing sense of urgency to get serious about China, where the brand is barely treading water.


With AI digital assistant, drivers talk to their cars

The auto industry is in the early days in utilizing smart digital assistants to create unique, in-car user experiences. Here's what CES attendees see in the future.

Ram's ammunition against rival Silverado

From the Detroit auto show: Why the new Ram 1500 is like 'sitting in a Tesla,' Silverado keeps us guessing; Ranger, Bullitt hit, Forte, Veloster and Jetta miss. Plus, Molly McQueen on learning 'difficult' stick shift.

In China, outside contractors give GM a big hand on the plant floor

GM has deployed third-party logistics contractors inside all 17 of its joint-venture assembly plants in China to transport materials, manage nearby parts warehouses and deliver components to the shop floor. Outsourcing in-plant material handling jobs, traditionally done by GM workers, allows the company employees to focus on the more critical work of improving quality and efficiency, GM officials say.

GM Canada to spend $1.8M on educational STEM programs

GM Canada will spend $1.8 million on educational programs to encourage students to choose careers in science, technology, engineering and math. President Steve Carlisle made the announcement while opening the Canadian Technical Centre.

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