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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will Lay-off 1,300 Workers at a Detroit Area Plant

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will Lay-off 1,300 Workers at a Detroit Area Plant

On Wednesday, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles said, the company will lay off more than thousand workers at a Detroit area plant. The car maker plans to cut approximately 1,300 jobs and also trim production of its not- so- well selling Chrysler 200 midsize sedan which lost its market to the increasing demand for SUVs in the U. S markets.

Trump Criticizes Ford’s Move of Building a New Assembly Plant in Mexico

Trump Criticizes Ford’s Move of Building a New Assembly Plant in Mexico

On Tuesday, Ford Motor said will build a new assembly plant in Mexico for small cars.

Uber and Lyft Gain Popularity at Dallas/Fort worth International Airport; GM and Lyft to Roll out Express Drive this Month

Uber and Lyft Gain Popularity at Dallas/Fort worth International Airport; GM and

The growing popularity of Uber and Lyft might be good for the drivers who serve these ride hailing services but it is bad news for the conventional taxi drivers who say they are losing business.

General Motors Acquiring Cruise Automation; Price of Deal not Disclosed

General Motors Acquiring Cruise Automation; Price of Deal not Disclosed

On Friday, General Motors announced that it is buying the software firm, Cruise Automation. The main reason behind buying the San Francisco based self-driving car startup is to add greater efforts to the GM's plans of developing fully autonomous vehicles.

Tesla Enjoys Huge Attention without Spending Much; a Big Advantage for the Company

Tesla Enjoys Huge Attention without Spending Much; a Big Advantage for the Compa

Tesla is popular no doubt and its evidence comes from the growing sales of its electric vehicles.

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