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Mexico plots open trade course to escape Trump's threats

President Donald Trump's "America First" brand of economic nationalism is pushing Mexico to seek sanctuary in more open commercial ties elsewhere to soften the blow of a possible breakdown of the North American Free Trade Agreement.

NAFTA on track for an unhappy New Year as talks languish

The U.S., Mexico and Canada are heading into 2018 with no clear plan for saving the North American Free Trade Agreement.

BorgWarner appoints new COO

BorgWarner promoted Frederic Lissalde to chief operating officer, filling a post that has been vacant since James Verrier was named CEO in 2013.

GM parts with former labor exec charged in training fund probe

Alphons Iacobelli, a former labor relations executive facing several criminal charges for the alleged misuse of funds to retrain workers, is no longer employed by General Motors.

Tesla's push beyond cars now on display

If there's any doubt Tesla isn't just a car company anymore, its brand-new Manhattan showroom should put it to bed.