Will disruptors of the taxi market become disruptees?

Uber and Lyft and the like have turned the taxi industry on its head in a few short years. Now the industry looks like it may be disrupted again, this time by automakers.


Can this man finally deliver 'Lexus Envy'?

Lexus has the quality, customer service and technology. But it still lacks one thing that its German luxury competitors have. Call it "Lexus envy."


Mercedes-AMG expects another vroom year

Following a big rollout of new models, Mercedes-AMG sales are up 30 percent so far in 2017, according to Mercedes-Benz USA. While the pace will slow,

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Mercedes-AMG expects another vroom year

Following a big rollout of new models, Mercedes-AMG sales are up 30 percent so far in 2017, according to Mercedes-Benz USA. While the pace will slow, a double-digit percentage increase is expected for 2017.

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Autos a no-show on list of advertising stars

Advertising Age, a sister publication to Automotive News, published its annual “40 Under 40” list of standout individuals. Not one was from the auto industry.


Uber pushes back on Canada tax

Uber says forcing it to collect the goods and services tax on every ride it provides in Canada will push more people to buy cars.

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