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Car stores could be just like Apple stores, right?

"How's it going?" I asked my friend Gene-Erik Marketer. I hadn't seen him since the NADA convention. "Great!" he replied. "I really got our dealers fired up at our make meeting with my pitch to make our dealerships more like Apple stores!" I had to ask: "What does that mean?"  » READ
 

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Year of the Recall wasn't all GM's fault

 

Has diesel had its day in Europe?

 

Everyone wants to be a dealer

 

When do we see price reductions?

 

In the rush to digital, a defense of the old media

 

Why can't dealers shake the shady rep?

 

This is right out of '1984'

 

China dealers fight back as stock piles up

 

Time to rethink auto safety

 

Bentley joins VW's party of quirky names

 

Week 1 down; now for Week 2

 

'Hive mind' could help cars expect the unexpected

 

A million Jeep sales means hard choices

 

Everyone is in Detroit this week

 

Why falling fuel prices are bad, bad news

 

Exchange rate windfalls a mixed bag for Japan's Big 3

 

Strong margins signal more strong growth

 

Changes big and small ahead

 

Even the holidays are busy

 

NHTSA had lots of help making roads safer

 

'Chrysler' gone, but definitely not silent

 

It's as if the recession didn't happen

 

Poached from BMW, Diess in position for VW CEO job

 

Big recalls are a dilemma for us all

 

How auto dealers gained our esteem

 

In D.C., Takata finds no friends, just cross hairs

 

Little by little, UAW taking hold at VW Chattanooga

 

Takata just doesn't get it

 

Lexus RC: Nifty lighting, walk-in seats -- and more

 

Luxury cars go the way of free-trade coffee

 

Recalls: Dealers in the hot seat

 

How to stop supplier price fixing now

 

Where's HQ? It's like musical chairs

 

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