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Ford in talks with German workers about Saarlouis job cuts

Ford said it started negotiations with German worker representatives about potential job cuts at its Saarlouis plant following a decision to discontinue production of its Ford C-Max model.

The arrest of Carlos Ghosn is triggering trouble, from product to diplomatic relations

Carlos Ghosn's arrest in Tokyo is already having consequences, from product marketing to international diplomatic relations. More complications could be ahead.

How Ghosn's legal process could play out

Carlos Ghosn and Nissan were indicted in Japan on Monday for understating Ghosn's income, as Tokyo prosecutors pushed ahead with the criminal investigation that has shaken the global auto industry.

Why Nissan wants to keep Carlos Ghosn out of Rio apartment

Nissan said it was seeking to block former chairman Carlos Ghosn's access to an apartment in Rio de Janeiro, citing a risk that the executive, arrested and removed from his role for financial misconduct, may remove or destroy evidence.

Bosch rejected stock listing to raise money for industry shift to EVs, report says

Robert Bosch, the world's largest automotive supplier, discussed the merits of a potential stock market floatation with investment bankers as part of a broader funding review, but has chosen to remain unlisted, people close to the matter said.