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Narrow win adds to challenges for new UAW President Shawn Fain

Shawn Fain won by fewer than 500 votes and received the support of less than 7 percent of UAW members eligible to vote.

EV innovation brings new priority for suppliers: Cut cost

Benteler CEO Ralf Göttel says what's most important to automakers on EV programs is demonstrating scalability, sharing and creating economies of scale.

Toyota's outgoing CEO to stay on as Japan auto group chief

Akio Toyoda agreed to extend his JAMA tenure following a unanimous vote in January by members of the association's executive board

John Dion named Ford chief transformation officer

The company has added former ESAB Corp. executive John Dion to its leadership team as it looks to cut costs, overcome quality woes and improve its operational execution.

Subaru names longtime exec Troy Poston to top sales job

Troy Poston will take over as head of U.S. sales for Subaru of America effective April 1, succeeding Jeff Walters, who moves to the automaker's top U.S. job with the retirement of longtime CEO Tom Doll.

Ray Curry, on track to lose UAW presidency, disputes election results

The incumbent UAW leader, who is trailing in the vote count, says thousands of members were disenfranchised and that his opponent, Shawn Fain, received illegal campaign donations.

JLR names new boss for Jaguar brand ahead of EV shift

Long-serving JLR executive Rawdon Glover will lead Jaguar brand's shift to selling only electric cars.

Mazda names former North America chief Masahiro Moro as next CEO

Masahiro Moro, who has led Mazda's operations in Europe and North America during his career, takes over from Akira Marumoto. He says boosting U.S. sales is a key target.

Rivian Automotive's chief engineer returns to McLaren

Charles Sanderson, who joined Rivian nearly five years ago, has returned to McLaren Automotive as chief technical officer. Rivian has been losing top executives as it struggles with vehicle manufacturing.

Tesla turns Twitter into $44 billion communications apparatus

Many Tesla shareholders have called for Musk to revive Tesla’s PR department; instead, the carmaker has been stepping up its activity on Twitter.

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