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Cars.com, one of the auto industry's largest online shopping sites, is restructuring its sales operations and eliminating more than 100 positions amid pressure from an activist investment group.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles plans to idle its assembly plant in Windsor, Ont., for two weeks in the new year, according to the union representing workers there.
Triumph sold its last sports car in the U.S. in the summer of 1982. On Tuesday, the brand lost its PR man, Michael Cook, who never stopped promoting the fun-to-drive brand of budget roadsters.
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