On Oct. 16, ASA’s Webinar Wednesday focused on “Countering the Dealership Overtime Exemption,” which was presented by ASA’s Wage and Hour Attorney Brian Farrington of Cowles & Thompson in Dallas.
On Oct. 18, Kukui Corporation’s Jimmy Lea hosted a webinar entitled “The Driving Force – Women in the Automotive Industry” where he was joined by six automotive industry experts who happen to be women as they discussed their careers and their vision of the future.
Self-driving cars will have a huge positive impact on the environment but if you think it's going to solve the problem of traffic, think again.
Anxious car dealers and impatient customers are caught in the aftermath of the 40-day UAW strike against General Motors (GM) that ended on Friday, Oct. 25.
An undercover inspection that began in 2016 revealed that Service King Paint & Body facilities in San Diego and across California were illegally disposing hazardous waste generated during auto body repair operations.
The longest nationwide strike against General Motors Co. (GM) in nearly 50 years ended on Friday, Oct. 25, when a majority of members ratified a new four-year deal with General Motors Co. and the union turned its attention to Ford Motor Co.
Hyundai is the latest automaker to pursue the lofty dream of the flying car.
Five public high school automotive teachers—Ken Cox and Dennis Johnson of California, David Lilly of New Hampshire, Joel Massarello of Michigan and Baxter Weed of Vermont—are among the 18 winners of the 2019 Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Prize for Teaching Excellence, the highest number of automotive winners of the prize in its three-year history.
An automotive supplier – especially one tucked away in a small industrial city in southern Austria – is an unlikely steward for a car collection this diverse.