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Confessions of a price fixer

As one after another Japanese auto supplier gets snagged for price fixing, it is the unwritten rule, say insiders and lawyers, that middle managers sometimes take the fall for superiors and get rewarded for not airing the company's dirty laundry in public court. This is one such story.  » READ
 

Fields: Ford slows ramp-ups

 

Tensions at Toyota ahead of big move

 

AutoNation's plan to change the retail game

 

Hydrogen cars are here. Is the world ready for them?

 

Manheim stocks used cars for Sonic

 

Ford's Farley sees Europe as a lab for learning

 

Hot sales put Subaru ahead of plan

 

Lincoln dealers sign up to offer exclusive Black Label series

 

Mitsubishi promises new products

 

A hot, affordable Acura for young enthusiasts?

 

BMW 1-series sedan for the U.S.?

 

Daimler to revive Maybach with 3 sedans but no SUV

 

Infiniti preps Q30 hatch for young buyers

 

M-B: U.S. to be main market for new sports car

 

Scion's iM and what comes after

 

GM grants another month for victim filings

 

A big production

 

A retail system can work for Tesla

 

Clean diesels are perfect for China

 

GM's Shop-Click-Drive sales are climbing

 

Jeep history goes underground

 

Dealers

 

Inside Ford's retooled F-150 plant

 

Financial openness can beat the lowest pricing, dealer says

 

How remarketers get the most from off-lease vehicles

 

Dashboard data shifting the car insurance model and changing ownership math

 

HERE's looking at you -- in 3-D

 

Automakers vow to protect data they collect

 

In smart headlight, 1 LED emits beams that can be controlled

 

Semiconductor demand spurs merger activity

 

Suppliers start moving closer to GM plants

 

Ewanick's next bold bet: Hydrogen stations

 

Flagships, cute utes headline L.A. show

 

Stocks rise; spiffs ahead?

 

M-B tweaks model names

 

3rd-party partners? Why AutoNation said no

 

At 'bid meetings,' suppliers aimed to maintain one another's market share

 

Supplier upheaval fueled price fixing

 

N.A. output rises 3% in October

 

Ex-CEOs take Honda to task on quality issues

 

Fields: But how many parodies do your ads have?

 

GM's crisis could eclipse Ford-Firestone, PR vet says

 

Whither the sports car? BMW exec says it may never recover