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Energy stocks and the auto industry were in focus Wednesday.
The driverless car race is on.
First open road, driverless on-demand mobility service in EU to be tested in Paris-Saclay and in Rouen (Normandy)
The U.S. auto supplier will integrate a self-driving system for BMW by 2021 that also will be for sale to rival automakers.
While Intel provides the chips and Mobileye the sensors, Delphi will build systems that integrate the technology into the vehicle.
The algorithms that Lyft has developed to run its ride-sharing services could be very useful as autonomous ride-sharing fleets are commercialized.
The BMW Group, Intel and Mobileye ("Cooperation Partners") announce their intention to onboard Delphi as a development partner and system integrator for their State-of-the-Art autonomous driving platform.
Auto parts maker Delphi may be setting up for further gains after last week's breakout.
Worries are increasing around the industry, though Visteon remains a stock to watch.
The semiconductor giant is redoubling efforts to capitalize on opportunities in autonomous and driverless vehicles.
Once the transaction closes in March of 2018, Delphi shareholders will own stock in both companies.
Consumers are far less likely to splurge on a large purchase than they might otherwise be.
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Incumbent carmakers have been slow to integrate OTA software updates into their designs, though that's changing as computers play a bigger and bigger role in every vehicle's functionality
As questions about Tesla's towering valuation mount, Tesla's CEO and founder tells investors to buy Ford stock if governance is what they're after.
Valens, located in a suburb of Tel Aviv, provides semiconductor tech for high-speed transmission of data in automobiles.
Delphi took minority stakes in two privately held companies, though details of the transactions were not disclosed.
Shares of the cockpit electronics and smart-car technology developer have risen as Harman and Mobileye sold.
Buying Mobileye allows Intel to provide end-to-end chip platforms for self-driving systems. But rival offerings are gaining the attention of some of Mobileye's top clients.