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Daimler's diesel troubles trigger new profit warning

German carmaker Daimler AG said its operating profit would fall by over 10 percent this year, its second earnings warning since June, blaming "government proceedings and measures in various regions" as a crackdown on diesel emissions takes a toll.

Ford CEO seeks to rally dealers as shares sink to new low

With Ford Motor Co's stock at nearly a nine-year low and the company squeezed by tariffs and trade tensions, Chief Executive Jim Hackett sought to restore confidence among dealers gathered in Las Vegas this week, days ahead of announcing the automaker's third-quarter results.

U.S. probes 54,400 Ford trucks over tailgate complaints

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said Thursday it had opened a preliminary investigation into 54,400 Ford Motor Co pickup trucks after receiving five complaints that tailgates had unexpectedly opened while the vehicles were in motion.

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