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A long, painful trip

U.S. auto dealers have been on a difficult, painful journey for the past five years. But it has been a positive one -- at least in the aggregate. That qualifier is important.  » READ
 

Factories should take long view using 1st refusal

 

An mpg report card

 

Rural dealers need some heavy-duty help

 

Hard-won upgrades

 

Warren Buffett, the Oracle of Automotive

 

CPO program standards must be strictly enforced

 

Cadillac's next move

 

Be nice to suppliers

 

GM has accepted blame -- why won't NHTSA?

 

The long road to autonomous cars is also lucrative

 

Unfinished business

 

Cancel Chinese invasion; cue the Volvo sedan

 

GM clears the backlog

 

What a waste of human resources

 

Lesson not learned

 

Vehicle-to-vehicle network needs the industry to step up

 

Slowdown ahead?

 

Loose lips can sink supplier-carmaker relationships

 

Who's to blame for luxury vehicle gray market? Planning for trouble

 

Integrity matters much more than bragging rights