Musk aims to upload, download thoughts with new venture

Tesla founder Elon Musk has launched a company called Neuralink through which computers could merge with human brains, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.


After 41 years, Honda's Mendel drives off

Forty-one years can teach you a lot about the auto industry -- including when it's the right time to go out on top. On April 1, American Honda's John

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A bitter end for Ferdinand Piech

Ferdinand Piech, a figure of transcendent importance in the history of the auto industry, is selling his 14.7 percent voting stake in the family firm that controls Volkswagen Group. It is the endgame of a bitter family dispute.


Court nominee's mom was EPA lightning rod

Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch's mother, Anne Gorsuch Burford, spent 22 controversial months as head of the Environmental Protection Agency EPA under President Ronald Reagan.


After 41 years, Honda's Mendel drives off

Forty-one years can teach you a lot about the auto industry -- including when it's the right time to go out on top. On April 1, American Honda's John Mendel will do just that.


Nissan moves U.S. execs to global roles

A series of job promotions announced last week by Nissan North America gives indications of two new shifts at the company -- growing importance of light commercial vehicles, and movement of trusted Nashville executives to headquarters in Japan.


Big auction houses strive for velocity

The glut of off-lease vehicles returning to market is causing the nation's two largest auction groups to double down on the concept of velocity -- albeit in slightly different ways.


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. Can new branding chief Tokuo Fukuichi help generate some "Lexus envy"?

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