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Fiat Chrysler in tie-up talks with Renault

MILAN: Fiat Chrysler and Renault are in talks on a comprehensive global tie-up that could address some of the main weaknesses of both carmakers, two sources with knowledge of the discussions told Reuters.

Pride and prejudice

An Asian nation’s ascent to the top of the economic hill is causing a global superpower to quake in its boots.

Uber and Lyft to turn the wheels on car ownership: industry experts

Ride-hailing apps like those of Uber Technologies and Lyft Inc are expected to alter the state of car ownership towards subscription-based services and shared ownership, auto industry experts said at a conference.

GM faces pushback on US self-driving vehicle plan

General Motors Co faces pushback over its request that US regulators waive some automobile safety standards to make it possible to deploy a ride-sharing fleet of driverless cars without steering wheels or other human controls.

Uber and Lyft to turn the wheels on car ownership

TORONTO: Ride-hailing apps like those of Uber Technologies and Lyft Inc are expected to alter the state of car ownership towards subscription-based services and shared ownership, auto industry experts said at a conference on Wednesday.

Robots take the wheel

ROBOTs are taking over farms faster than anyone saw coming.

Self-driving tech attracts investors, but Uber still relies on its drivers

Former Uber chief executive Travis Kalanick once blamed the high cost of each ride on the "other dude in the car" – the driver.

Robots take the wheel as autonomous farm machines hit the field

Robots are taking over farms faster than anyone saw coming.

Driverless electric truck starts deliveries on Swedish public road

Resembling the helmet of a Star Wars stormtrooper, a driverless electric truck began daily freight deliveries on a public road in Sweden on May 15, in what developer Einride and logistics customer DB Schenker described as a world first.

Waymo at 1,000 riders: The self-driving frontrunner inches forward

The first major self-driving taxi service needed six months to reach 1,000 customers, another sign that growth may be slow companies try to build businesses around autonomous vehicles.