Automotive cybersecurity threats are rising. Multiple OEMs are hoping an Israeli startup can help defend their cars.
Presenters at the fourth annual Automotive News Leading Women Conference shared how they are taking the lead and cultivating change in the auto industry.
For the first time next year, steel supplier ArcelorMittal will publish a detailed plan to reduce its global environment footprint.
The automaker is making "deliberate, tough decisions" to transform its business and its culture, Dhivya Suryadevara said at the Automotive News Leading Women Conference last week.
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