Auto Parts

Politics
The announcement came one day after a Volkswagen executive was sentenced to prison for an emissions scandal.
Green
With the EPA administrator dining on Trump steaks with chemical polluters, hiring a coal lobbyist as his deputy, and working
Politics
The same industry players who agreed to the standards are now working to roll them back.
Politics
Stakes in the hard-fought contest were much higher than a few thousand new union members.
Business
In essence, the concern is that buyers will have a false sense of security.
Politics
Over half a century ago, the American auto industry fought against seat belts. In 1970, they fought against the requirement
Business
With thousands of jobs being added in the past few years, people everywhere are praising the industry for rebuilding our economy and the middle class. But as those of us who work at auto plants know, that's not the full story.
Tech
If you've owned, leased or borrowed a car, chances are you've needed to go to a mechanic. Even for the simplest of fixes, for most of us with zero automotive knowledge, mechanics are the ones we turn to. It's because of them we are able to get back on the road and go about our day.
New York
It is what the masked men did to her before they took the money that keeps Sajida Gulamrasool up at night.
Business
He loves owning 'em. He relishes riding them up and down on elevators. But when it comes to showing a little love for car businesses and car workers, Mitt Romney's frigid.
Business
Beijing fired back with a complaint against U.S. duties on many Chinese exports, in the latest sign of trade tension between
Business
Although conservative candidates revel in ridiculing Western Europe, America could learn crucial economic lessons from Germany, which maintains trade surpluses, including one with China in auto parts.
Business
China fired back against proposed tariffs on Chinese tires imported to the United States by announcing Sunday that an anti