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

Mazda Motor Corp., the most famous company from Hiroshima, may have survived the city's atomic bombing on Aug. 6, 1945, quite literally by only a split hair.  » READ
 

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

 

Blogs

DOUGLAS A. BOLDUC

Tavares, Palmer, Gales ready to shine in new CEO roles

A year ago Carlos Tavares was unemployed, Andy Palmer was Nissan's planning chief and Jean-Marc Gales was leading supplier group CLEPA. All three are now CEOs ready to stand in the spotlight at the Paris auto show this week.  » READ
 

Editorials

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
 

Letters to the Editor

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