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CPO program standards must be strictly enforced

It's unfortunate that automakers must sometimes temporarily bar an errant dealer from CPO participation, but it's a necessary step. General Motors and American Honda Motor Co. had no choice.  » READ
 

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

 

Toe the line on towing

 

Fields is off to good start with Lincoln

 

Good news in Tennessee

 

Auto supplier consolidation: Caution advised

 

3 automakers' wise investments in dealerships

 

GM's false economy