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LARRY P. VELLEQUETTE

Fiat's cute cartoon characters suggest buying a 500 -- or else

Since Fiat was reintroduced to the United States in 2011, the Italian brand has stretched the advertising envelope.  » READ
 
HANS GREIMEL

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JAMIE LaREAU

Dealers are missing an opportunity by not changing that tire

 
LINDSAY CHAPPELL

Settlement allows Mercedes to award dealership to Alabama's Saban

 
RICHARD TRUETT

Is Ford rolling the dice with changes to 2015 Mustang?

 
JAMES B. TREECE

Searching far and wide for service techs

 
NICK BUNKLEY

Why Honda's John Mendel wants customers to buy a Treasury bond on wheels

 
VINCE BOND JR.

The Rolls-Royce that took 8 months to build

 
HANS GREIMEL

Why Korea could be next to crack down on foreign brand pricing

 
LINDSAY CHAPPELL

Why Americans are rediscovering Italian cars

 
JAMIE LaREAU

Court ruling on telecommuting could affect dealerships

 
MARK VAUGHN

Toyota redresses FT-1 concept

 
RYAN BEENE

Is this the next-generation MX-5 Miata roadster?

 
DIANA T. KURYLKO

Volvo teases XC90 that must raise the bar in luxury

 
JAMES B. TREECE

Toyota, supporter of Korean culture

 
JAMIE LaREAU

McDonald's and the dealer franchise system

 
NICK BUNKLEY

Why GM is re-engineering its 'political punching bag'

 
RICHARD TRUETT

Self-driving cars will still need human help

 
DUSTIN WALSH

Nvidia continues quest to bring computer power to cars

 
LARRY P. VELLEQUETTE

Will Marchionne's profits grab come up empty?

 
DAVID SEDGWICK

ZF-TRW talks mean industry megadeals are possible

 
DUSTIN WALSH

How suppliers can gain from fuel efficiency push

 
LINDSAY CHAPPELL

Automakers to get rude wake-up call on voice recognition

 
DAVID SEDGWICK

Why automakers can't beat up suppliers any more

 
RICHARD TRUETT

How GM missed the truck fuel economy race, and how it will return

 
LARRY P. VELLEQUETTE

Why a squeeze is coming to auto dealers

 
LARRY P. VELLEQUETTE

Why the supplier price-fixing investigation looms large

 
RICHARD TRUETT

JLR still tops when it comes to aluminum

 
DAVID SEDGWICK

How researcher quantifies the value of good supplier relations

 
JESSE SNYDER

An impressive streak, locked and still going