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Why Tesla's board is looking for executive talent

Tesla's board s on the lookout for senior talent -- though it's not actively searching for a COO, a person familiar with the board's thinking told Bloomberg.

Startup supplier Tula Technology worries about CAFE rollback

Tula Technology CEO Scott Bailey is convinced the CAFE rules played a major role in GM's 2012 decision to invest in Tula, become a development partner and license its technology.

Cox Automotive seeks tighter integration of brands

So far, CEO Sandy Schwartz grades the company's integration of more than a dozen unique brands as a B-minus.

Autonomous car boosters want to reprogram pedestrians

Some autonomous car technologists say the problem isn't that self-driving cars don't work, it's that people act unpredictably.

How to build a McLaren supercar

McLaren Automotive builds its high-dollar supercars in an unusual, 371,354-square-foot partially underground building in bucolic southern England.