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Canada aims to end Uber's tax advantage over taxis
Reuters |

The federal budget tabled Wednesday by the Liberal government took aim at ride-sharing providers such as Uber, looking to end a tax advantage they have over traditional taxi companies.

AutoNews Now: Ford expecting $1.4B profit drop

Ford expecting $1.4B profit drop; Shelby GT350 Mustang loses power, lawsuit alleges; Meeting fuel standards cheaper than believed?; Calif.'s EV paradox; Mini marks 15 years in U.S.

Toyota gets license to Microsoft's connected vehicle patents
Katie Burke | @KatieGBurke |

Microsoft said it will license all of its connected vehicle patents to Toyota in its most wide-ranging intellectual property agreement with an automaker.

First Shift: Uber execs defend 'scrappy' CEO

Uber execs defend 'scrappy' CEO; Report: Audi board to discuss raids, Stadler; FCA probe; Tesla Model 3 owners to be less forgiving on quality, Power says; Ford's oval back in blue.

Gang of hackers tries to steal Baidu's autonomous car secrets
Tom Mackenzie |

Baidu has revealed that a gang of "hackers for hire" tried to steal its autonomous car technology, prompting it to bulk up its cybersecurity team.

Lear to launch vehicle communication partnership with Wyoming
Katie Burke | @KatieGBurke |

Lear is partnering with Wyoming to enable vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication in the state.

Uber president quits after 6 months amid turmoil
Eric Newcomer |

Uber President Jeff Jones is quitting after less than a year, amid multiple controversies engulfing the ride-hailing company.

First Shift: T-Roc to join VW crossover lineup

VW to launch T-Roc in U.S. in '19; Mitsu delays two key redesigns amid Nissan alliance; Buick Regal wagon spied; VW CEO's office searched - report; The 'when' of autonomous cars.

AutoNews Now: Discounts and markups on Chevy Bolt

Some getting discounts on Chevy Bolt, others paying a premium; Audi's three-EV plan; Uber exec quits amid chaos; BMW CEO to Trump: U.S. 'our second home'; A bouncing baby VW?

Intel becomes an insider, and goes all in
David Sedgwick |

Intel Corp. is a new player at the auto industry's poker table, but the company's $14.7 billion acquisition of Mobileye gives it a hand with a pair of aces.

For Chevy Bolt, discounts here, markups there
Nick Bunkley | @nickbunkley |

Just seven states into Chevrolet's gradual rollout of the Bolt EV, some dealerships already are discounting the car by several thousand dollars, even as others demand a markup above sticker price to take advantage of early...

Nvidia chips to power Bosch, Paccar self-driving tech
Katie Burke | @KatieGBurke |

Nvidia chips will go in Bosch self-driving supercomputers, and has developed a proof-of-concept self-driving truck with Paccar.


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