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As sticking points go, South Africa's so-called 'peace clause' has proved exceptionally tricky to shift....
High-tech TDI engines that provide economy and performance sit at the heart of the Audi brand's values and technological DNA. As Audi marks...
Is the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) interested in promoting its members' conditions and working with employers in...
Critter control isn't an essential item on the CV of anyone applying for a job at Hyundai America Technical Centre's Inc's (HATCI) Californi...
The IT industry has made much of the benefits of a Cloud infrastructure, offering better security and less complex networks in the workplace. Infotainment specialist Harman with subsidiary Aha claims its use in the car could be equally effective. It is now offering OEMs and service providers a chance to use the Cloud beyond downloading apps, navigation updates or music. Understanding what features are being used by the end customer, finding software bugs, removing unused features, reducing recalls or targeting specific customers with updates and advertising are just some of the ideas that Harman claims it can offer with its new Aha Cloud Platform Analytics and Updates Service. just-auto spoke to Siegfried Schuler, Director Centre of Competence Aha, about the service and find out what OEMs are most interested in.
Citroën C4 Cactus Chef de Projet Anne Ruthmann answers questions on key suppliers, lightweight technology, sales prospects and other topics.
Delphi Automotive reported second quarter net income of US$382m and earnings of $1.26 per share compared to $367m and $1.17 per share a year ago.
Both sides in South Africa's latest industrial spat are ramping up the verbal vitriol, following a major employer body's decision to lock out formerly striking metalworkers.
South Africa's Labour Ministry says business owners also have the right to strike as the country reels under yet another manufacturing setback.
Borgwarner's net sales for the second quarter ended 30 June 2014 was up 16% to US$2.19bn as compared with $1.89bn in the same period year ago. Operating income was up 15.3% to $280.6m compared with $243.4m.
Helping keeping car occupants' buns warm or cool paid off for climate control seat specialist Gentherm in the second quarter and first half of 2014.
Continental has raised its full-year profit forecast for the second time in five months after second quarter earnings rose on improving vehicle demand and a strong performance by its rubber division.
As the first version of the new S-Class Coupé goes on sale in Germany, Mercedes-Benz has revealed technical details of the car's revolutionary suspension system, which allows the car to lean into bends.
Panasonic is one of the companies looking at partnering with Tesla on its plans for a big new facility dedicated to lithium ion battery production.
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