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China's government flexes its muscles

Nearly every automaker is at risk these days of doing something wrong in the eyes of China's government.  » READ
 

It was a weekend of celebration

 

The New York Times editorial got it wrong

 

Automakers called out on lousy voice recognition

 

China's new antitrust watchdog

 

You ain't seen nothing yet

 

New systems amaze, but what about the joy of driving?

 

Despite its speed, the Camaro still has road manners

 

A failure to punish fails members

 

Automakers need state departments

 

Are fuel cell cars worth 40%-plus subsidies?

 

Wait for Congress to act? Good luck

 

It was one heck of a night

 

Road to mythical 54.5 mpg not likely to change

 

Scheele wasn't too big to solve a paint problem

 

Where U.S. shoppers draw the line on buying very small cars

 

Golfer gets a hole-in-one; dealer whiffs

 

No end in sight to GM mess

 

Pressure builds on suppliers to team up

 

Hungry VW wants to devour Fiat Chrysler

 

Now Mark FIelds knows how Gene Bartow felt

 

Infiniti will move ahead even without de Nysschen

 

A contradiction or a cornucopia?

 

Minivans: So practical, so maligned

 

Replacing the Wrangler is a puzzler

 

GM is doing the right thing

 

GM recall blitz spotlights used-car sales loophole

 

An easy solution to recall compliance

 

Will global automakers drop Chinese partners?

 

A brand is built 1 customer at a time

 

Three takeaways from Barra's return to Capitol Hill

 

Dodge touted 'old lady,' then kicked her to curb

 

Changing GM will take time

 

How the feds might take aim at General Motors

 

States meddle in car sales again

 

Ford of Europe's quiet designer made a big impact

 

Do recalls also mean profits?

 

Why global trade alliances will eclipse the power of Detroit, U.S. automakers

 

Electronics: What's lost is simplicity

 

Eventually, you have to fix cars

 

Brace yourself for the fiscal pothole