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Columnists

Left for dead, British industry booms again

Ten years ago this month, MG Rover went bankrupt -- and appeared to symbolize the end of the once proud British auto industry.  » READ
 

Cadillac, Lincoln place their bets

 

Dealerships ignore online reviews at their peril

 

Maroone's guiding rule: Set yourself apart

 

Ford at it again as Continental grabs spotlight

 

Blogs

LUCA CIFERRI

Fiat meeting goes from legendary to ordinary

Fiat's investor meetings in Italy used to be legendary. Thursday's first gathering in Amsterdam was extremely ordinary.  » READ
 
HANS GREIMEL

Mazda gets artsy in Milan

 

Editorials

All in all, rescue of automakers was a success

Certainly, the governmental bodies and their respective taxpayers lost some money on the rescue of General Motors and Chrysler. But it was far less than what the cost to them and the North American economy would have been if the automakers had been allowed to fail in 2009.  » READ
 

Letters to the Editor

All in all, rescue of automakers was a success

Certainly, the governmental bodies and their respective taxpayers lost some money on the rescue of General Motors and Chrysler. But it was far less than what the cost to them and the North American economy would have been if the automakers had been allowed to fail in 2009.  » READ