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Is cheap fuel permanent or a blip?

Lots of smart folks in the automobile industry are betting huge amounts of money that alternative-fuel vehicles will capture an important part of the market. But it is going to be difficult to displace gasoline for mainstream vehicles in the U.S.  » READ
 

FCA may find perfect partner is from Asia

 

Keeping the passion alive for 20 years

 

A JLR plant in N. America? Do it already

 

Lexus' ideas about entry cars changing?

 

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DAVID BARKHOLZ

UAW troops air demands at convention rather than cast blame

The UAW's latest bargaining convention was markedly different than the union's most recent confabs and one that could portend trouble in this year's Detroit 3 contract talks, which unofficially began with the convention.  » READ
 

Editorials

Automakers must learn to be better supplier customers

It's no secret that automakers are striving to obtain advanced features from suppliers before their rivals get them.  » READ
 

Letters to the Editor

Automakers must learn to be better supplier customers

It's no secret that automakers are striving to obtain advanced features from suppliers before their rivals get them.  » READ