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Auto industry should cheer Tesla Motors' battery play

When it unveils its first batteries for homes and businesses this week, Tesla Motors will no longer be a car company. It will be an energy company, competing against electric utilities just as it has gone after the car market.  » READ
 

States' varying auto insurance rates play with the car-buying equation

 

50 years since 'Unsafe at Any Speed'

 

Piech's career battles will be his legacy

 

A GM-FCA hookup? 'Put' it in perspective

 

Most mergers come from weakness

 

Self-driving tech building blocks already in place

 

Left for dead, British industry booms again

 

Cadillac, Lincoln place their bets

 

Dealerships ignore online reviews at their peril

 

Maroone's guiding rule: Set yourself apart

 

Ford at it again as Continental grabs spotlight

 

What's new at N.Y. auto show? Lots

 

The new sticker shock: High costs to fix high-tech

 

While others stand up, Italy stands aside

 

When will next shoe drop in China?

 

Is cheap fuel permanent or a blip?

 

FCA may find perfect partner is from Asia

 

Keeping the passion alive for 20 years

 

A JLR plant in N. America? Do it already

 

Lexus' ideas about entry cars changing?

 

Dealership groups give soft sell a Hollywood twist

 

Let's ensure recalled vehicles get fixed

 

Why GAAP and the bottom line matter

 

Raise recall repair rates to prevent deaths, injuries

 

De Nysschen, 'Dare' I say, needs a better plan to reconstruct Cadillac's image

 

Still a car guy -- with a Tata friendship

 

Katayama was quite a rebel

 

Car stores could be just like Apple stores, right?

 

Now everyone wants to build cars

 

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