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Where's HQ? It's like musical chairs

Nissan and Infiniti, Toyota, Cadillac, and maybe Chrysler? Why car companies are headquartered where they are in the U.S. seems obscure. Why they move sometimes makes sense, but it is always disruptive.  » READ
 

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Edmunds ad crisis obvious before it even happened

 

China's fuel economy goal will punish foreign imports

 

Dealers? Yes. Franchisees? Not necessarily

 

The recall process must change

 

Something new at NADA

 

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CT6? Cadillac missed chance to sell 'em on a sexy name

 

Goodbye, Big 3! Does anyone care?

 

Small engines could power a big GM change

 

Cadillac is making big mistakes

 

Dissecting what it means when Buffett grabs the wheel

 

How Mazda may have survived the A-bomb by a hair

 

In Paris, excitement amid uncertainty

 

Sedan-heavy brands also pile on the incentives

 

Full autonomy will take time

 

For GM, the self-driving car of the future is also a thing of the past

 

Why Google cars? The software, stupid

 

How one pol championed China EV sales

 

Chairman's style was part of Ferrari

 

Gigafactory: Tesla's key to meeting cost, range targets

 

New F-150 could be a game changer

 

Sit-highs: The lucky ducks have trucks

 

Settlement rolls Tide coach into Birmingham

 

Dollie Cole was a remarkable woman

 

China's government flexes its muscles

 

It was a weekend of celebration

 

The New York Times editorial got it wrong