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High-tech's Israeli military connection

Defending the small nation of Israel fostered technologies for seeing objects in the dark, protecting assets from cyber attack and deploying AI. It just so happens that the world auto industry now needs some help in those fields.

It's showtime for self-driving shuttles

A number of key global suppliers have moved the ball on self-driving shuttles. Commercial vehicles might be an easier and more receptive starting point for the technologies.

Wells Fargo Auto wants to close its digital gap

After a series of scandals, Wells Fargo has restructured its auto business and is looking to turn over a new leaf with consumers and dealers.

A revealing look at Ford's redesigned Escape

The compact crossover, which in Ford's lineup trails only the venerable F-series pickup in U.S. sales, has been redesigned for the 2020 model year with more refined styling to help set it apart from the rugged off-road Bronco and a smaller off-road crossover — dubbed the baby Bronco — due next year.

Initial details of Ford-VW partnership are expected

Ford and Volkswagen are expected to reveal some of the first details of a partnership at the Detroit auto show this week. The two automakers weren't far enough along in their discussions last week to start laying out some of their joint plans.