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Bloomberg -- Google’s self-driving car technology is attracting top U.S. automakers, as Ford, Fiat Chrysler and General Motors talk with the company while laying the groundwork for a future with autonomous cars. Ford Motor Co. and Google are discussing working together, including in a joint venture to build cars using…
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WELD congratulates instructor Jim LaFevers and the team of automotive students from Eastern Oklahoma County Tech Center for earning the title of 2015 Hot Rodders of Tomorrow (HROT) Engine Challenge National Champions. The national championship, which pits teams from across the country in performance engine rebuilds, recently concluded at the…
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Market Watch -- It was an intriguing story. Tesla CEO Elon Musk reportedly offered a multimillion-dollar bonus to tech wunderkind George Hotz if he came up with an autopilot system to “discontinue” Mobileye NV’s technology in Tesla vehicles, Bloomberg reported. His alleged challenge to Hotz was cited by short seller Andrew Left…
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Weego, innovator of portable jump starters and rechargeable battery packs, announced Efrain “Frank” Rodriguez as the company’s senior engineer and Berdj Mazmanian as senior product manager. Between Frank and Berdj, both professionals have held high-level engineering and/or design and development positions at Recoton Corporation, Mattel, Inc., BPG International and Sirius…
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K40 Electronics announced the appointment of Paragon Sales and Marketing of Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., as its manufacturers’ representative for Southern California. Bill McKinley, principle of Paragon, knows first-hand what products and brands will be successful in the mobile electronics industry. With nearly 30 years of experience, from running multiple store operations…
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