Manufacturing
UPDATED: 7/20/17 5:45 pm ET - adds details

UAW, GM 'talking' about impact of slumping car sales on U.S. jobs

The president of the UAW expressed concern about the impact of weak U.S. car sales at GM on auto plants and jobs.

UPDATED: 7/20/17 3:38 pm ET - adds Nissan response

Driverless shuttles tested in Paris in training for U.S. push

Navya, a French maker of driverless shuttles, is training its robot-driven machines to navigate around bankers and corporate directors in Paris, ahead of a push to sell vehicles in the U.S.

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