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April 3, 2014
07:36 EDTDDAIF, HYMLFBAIC seeking foreign acquisitions, WSJ reports
Beijing Automotive Industry Holding, a joint venture partner of Daimler (DDAIF) and Hyundai (HYMLF), is seeing foreign acquisitions, the Wall Street Journal reports. The company is looking at mid- to high-end brands in the U.S. and Europe. Reference Link
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June 29, 2015
15:51 EDTHYMLFHyundai Motor becomes NFL sponsor, replacing GM
Hyundai (HYMLF) announced that it is now an official automotive sponsor of the National Football League. As part of the new sponsorship, Hyundai will have use of NFL trademarks across various marketing channels, including branded content, advertising and promotional materials. Note that General Motors (GM) was the previous automotive sponsor of the NFL.
June 23, 2015
08:30 EDTDDAIFFiat Chryslerís Alfa Romeo revamp key test to turnaround plan, Reuters says
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June 22, 2015
12:41 EDTHYMLFHyundai nearing sponsorship agreement with NFL, Bloomberg reports
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June 17, 2015
18:39 EDTDDAIFNokia looks to German carmakers as it seeks $4B for map unit, Bloomberg says
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13:05 EDTHYMLFJ.D. Power: Japanese auto brands struggle to keep up with pace of improvement
With a significant year-over-year improvement, Korean brands continue to widen the quality gap with other automakers, while Japanese makes collectively fall below industry average for the first time in 29 years, according to the J.D. Power 2015 U.S. Initial Quality StudySM released today. Korean brands lead the industry in initial quality by the widest margin ever, averaging 90 PP100, which is an 11 PP100 improvement from 2014. For the first time in the study, European brands surpass Japanese brands, while domestic makes equal the Japanese for only a second time. Porsche (POAHY) ranks highest in initial quality for a third consecutive year, posting a score of 80 PP100. With a 20 PP100 improvement from 2014, Kia follows Porsche in the rankings at 86 PP100. This marks the first time in the history of the study that Kia has led all non-premium makes in initial quality. Jaguar (TTM), Hyundai (HYMLF) and Infiniti (NSANY) round out the top five nameplates. Infiniti is one of the most improved brands in the study, lowering its problem score by 31 PP100 from 2014. Reference Link

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