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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.  » READ
 

Happy 50th to an American icon

 

Why compact SUVs will play big in Beijing

 

Automotive safety at any cost? Sounds good, but it's not true

 

Barra's job just got a lot harder

 

Eastern Europe is an auto hot spot

 

NHTSA’s chief must be feeling Opening Day jitters

 

2016 alert: Tesla's fight goes national

 

Tesla's wasting time, energy, money

 

In China, Musk rivals Jobs as tech superstar

 

Why Tesla vs. dealers debate could become a 2016 presidential talking point

 

Gary Bettenhausen finished 10th at Indy, but was the big winner

 

CEO Barra's defining first chapter

 

Filling the hole in the dashboard

 

Lexus boss: Time for a clean-sheet approach to cars

 

Why Sally can't buy a new car

 

Suppliers seem to gain clout; is it temporary?

 

The big question: Who really owns vehicle data?

 

Barra should recuse herself from GM investigation

 

Is your dealership one of the best?

 

GM's recall and the watchdog that didn't bark

 

In Congress, a changing of the guard

 

Brit savvy makes this Chinese car a winner

 

GM recall: Issue is not a faulty switch

 

At Volkswagen, labor is indeed a full partner

 

VW workers saw little gain in UAW vote

 

The r&d grunt work shifts to suppliers

 

Cars can get connected to bad guys, too

 

Can laws stop distracted driving if we won't?

 

Selling cars today takes a lot of work

 

Why Australia's auto industry is going the way of the dodo

 

Chevy's $600 million Manchester United deal turning into a fiasco

 

A new, scary meaning of 'China price'

 

Crash avoidance is a noble idea

 

This is not a simple business anymore

 

Together, Hillary Clinton and NADA show their team spirit

 

Automakers set to receive EPA anti-smog mandate

 

Technology takes a lot of training

 

Ads must be clear; laws must, too

 

Succeed Sergio? You'd have to be a bit crazy

 

NADA is more important than ever

 

After 25 years, product is still king

 

Beijing should favor health over tech edge

 

Heads up, D.C.: Here comes pickup lite