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Marchionne still goes his own way with tell-all strategy

Some called the concept audacious (eight brands, 14 speakers and 19 PowerPoint presentations -- in one day?). Others compared the 10-hour session to a "hostage situation." And most couldn't believe the detail -- "there are 87 ... 12:01 am U.S. ET | May 12

Mulally and Ford soared above skeptics

It's springtime in Las Vegas, 2008. A ballroom at the Mandalay Bay hotel is packed with Ford dealers. If you have seen one dealer meeting, you have seen them all. Only no one has seen this before. As the evening's ... 12:01 am U.S. ET | April 28 | UPDATED: 5/1/14 10:30 am ET - adds official announcement

Krafcik's back: Many projects, scads of ideas

Somewhere between a conversation on the future of retailing and the excitement over meeting a big investor for a lunch in Century City, John Krafcik has discovered something incongruous in the way the world works. "Do you notice ... 12:01 am U.S. ET | April 14

Barra's job just got a lot harder

After the cameras stopped clicking and a sullen and drained General Motors CEO escaped Washington on a commercial flight, the automotive world was left with this thought: What really just happened? Was last week's public ... 12:01 am U.S. ET | April 7

CEO Barra's defining first chapter

When they write the book on Mary Barra's career at General Motors, the first chapter will be a real page-turner. Few CEO starts have been as dramatic as Barra's. There was the announcement of a highly profitable 2013, the ... 12:01 am U.S. ET | March 24

New generation must maintain the momentum

DETROIT -- Her handlers warned that she wouldn't stick around long at the annual General Motors holiday party. The first female automaker CEO in the history of the planet may have been fresh off a historic announcement, but Mary Barra ... 12:01 am U.S. ET | Dec. 16

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Defying Dad, by building on his legacy

At Courtesy Auto Group in Illinois, Ray and Rik Fregia are seeing sales boom after million-dollar overhauls at their three stores. Mon., September 15
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