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A recent Royal Brunei Flight to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, piloted by an all-female crew, raised some eyebrows as it landed in Saudi Arabia . . . where women are still not allowed to drive.
Last week, Ford formed a new subsidiary, Ford Smart Mobility LLC, which will develop and invest in new mobility services for automobiles.
Male, capital of the Maldives, is certainly compact, with its population density ranking among the highest on Earth. This city of over 100,000, however, has become an environmental nightmare.
In the wake of the tragic Kalamazoo shootings, Uber’s detractors point out that the company has long resisted fingerprinting its drivers and has refused to install a "panic button" on its smartphone app.
Last fall, Ford Motor Co. revealed it was a financial contributor to ALEC. Following backlash, this week it became the latest company to cut ties with the lobbying group.
This week’s agreement between GM and Lyft is an important milestone as we witness the definition of car ownership rapidly evolve.
Google and Ford are close to creating a joint venture to develop and manufacture cars that will use Google’s driverless technology.
Volvo announced last week that it is leaving the National Mining Association over the lobbying group's opposition to President Obama's Clean Power Plan.
EVs are the cleaner cars, according to the Union of Concerned Scientists, after a lengthy study compared EVs' environmental performance to that of gasoline-powered cars.
A map Volkswagen cars involved in the emissions scandal in California is out, days before the automaker offers a plan to compensate consumers.
More than 8 million Volkswagen cars will likely be subject to a mandatory recall in Europe as the fallout from the emissions scandal widens.
A bevy of lawsuits are already underway over Volkswagen’s admission that the company installed software that allowed 500,000 of its diesel-powered automobiles skirt U.S. federal emissions rules.