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It was one heck of a night

Last week, the Automotive Hall of Fame celebrated its 75th anniversary and inducted four people. I was very honored to be one of them I have had a front-row seat for the most exciting industry on the planet with the most interesting executives.  » READ

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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


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GM is doing the right thing


GM recall blitz spotlights used-car sales loophole


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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


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Marketers: Auto purchase funnel is dead


Along for the ride on a course set by Silicon Valley


Marchionne still goes his own way with tell-all strategy


Watch out, more brands are coming


Behind DOE's supplier outreach: Self-defense


For a new GM culture, pinpoint responsibility


Will Ford’s transition buck history?


Foreign brands race to develop vehicles for Chinese consumers


For diehard fans, loving Olds never gets old


A great legacy, a smooth transition


Politics begins to steer driverless car's future


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In reality, it's just 1 car at a time


Does Gen Y hate driving?


Impala vs. Cobalt: Not all NHTSA probes are equal


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