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Worthington named Ford's VP of global product development operations

The Ford executive is now responsible for leading the automaker's global vehicle programs under product development, with Graham Pearson leading product development for Asia Pacific and China.

UAW says U.S. should go beyond USMCA gains in any free-trade deal with Japan

The UAW is urging the White House to go beyond gains in the tentative United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement in any free-trade agreement negotiated with Japan.

Dealerships make strikes toward more ethical culture

Ethical practices in automotive finance have evolved significantly in recent decades, with a boom in automotive retail regulations. Automotive News explores this evolution in this special section.

Why Nissan wants to keep Carlos Ghosn out of Rio apartment

A Rio de Janeiro apartment containing cash, art works and personal belongings of Carlos Ghosn has become the latest battleground between the indicted former Nissan chairman and the automaker.

Ford goes back to the future in Detroit's Corktown

Ford has taken a giant leap into an enormous project to remake where employees think, design and create the vehicles of the future in a Detroit campus that is four years away from becoming reality.