Tuesday Ticker: December 21, 2021

Toronto, Ontario ⁠— In this Tuesday Ticker, Rivian reports its Q3 highlights; dreams of Uber are dashed in Kelowna and the Boyd Group announces its Q4 2021 cash dividend. Highs and lows Rivian reported its earnings for the third quarter of 2021 last week, reporting profits of US$1 million⁠—thanks to its first customer deliveries of […]

Tuesday Ticker: June 29, 2021

Toronto, Ontario ⁠— Magna discloses a seven percent stake in Fisker; General Motors ups its EV and autonomous vehicle spending and Tesla encounters service problems in China in this edition of Collision Repair’s Tuesday Ticker. Funds in Fisker Magna International reported last week that it holds 12,969,986 shares in Fisker, giving Magna a 7.4 percent […]

Tuesday Ticker: April 27, 2021

Toronto, Ontario ⁠— In this week’s Tuesday Ticker, PPG scores a consecutive Gold Rating in business sustainability, AkzoNobel reports growth for 2021’s first quarter and auto parts supplier Martinrea teams up for a joint battery research venture. Seal of sustainability PPG has announced that it has once again achieved a Gold Rating in corporate social […]

Mitchell Industry Trend Report: big changes demand incremental improvements

Mitchell’s Q2 Industry Trend Report packed a serious punch for readers in the collision repair industry.

Toronto, Ontario — June 14, 2018 – Mitchell’s Q2 Industry Trend Report packed a serious punch for readers in the collision repair industry, warning them to avoid drastic business overhauls and to focus on making incremental improvements.   The report highlights the impact data analytics have on auto insurance claims and how they can provide […]

AV Report, June 11th, 2018

Tesla suffered another bit of bad publicity around its Auto Pilot feature this week. The system is, arguably, lacking in sophistication.

  Toronto, Ontario — June 11, 2018 — In this weeks AV Report: Calgary gets AV cash, OEMs offer dates on AV launches, Tesla’s Auto Pilot suffers more bad publicity, and much, much more!   A flurry of announcements this week from governments and OEMs suggest some timelines for the emergence of self-driving cars onto […]

AV Report: Taxi drivers take a stand, public argues for stricter AV regulations

Taxi drivers protest against Uber and Lyft in New York. Each coffin represents a taxi driver who has recently taken their life.

By Jeff Sanford Toronto, Ontario — April 16, 2018 — In this week’s AV Report: Taxi drivers demonstrate against ride share services, the AV regulatory conundrum, Sidewalk Labs announces a schedule for Quayside. Taxi Cab Drivers Struggling In New York this past week, taxi cab drivers took part in a macabre demonstration at city hall. […]

AV Report: April 9, 2018

On March 18, an Uber AV killed Elaine Herzberg, a 49-year-old Arizonan.

By Jeff Sanford Toronto, Ontario – April 9, 2018 — In this week’s AV Report: AV conferences in Ottawa and Edmonton, the University of Waterloo partners with Chinese universities on AV tech, Globe and Mail editorial writers tackle self-driving cars and much, much more! There is a crowded spring schedule in terms of conferences in […]