Icahn's $5.4 billion exit strategy for Federal-Mogul soothes aftermarket retailersApril 11
FROM OUR ARCHIVES: What goes up will come down -- Federal-Mogul to build, then tear down prototypeApril 10
A building so secret that workers are forbidden to discuss it is nearing completion on the grounds of Federal-Mogul's headquarters. The building, at an estimated cost of $500,000, is a replica of a fully equipped automotive-parts store -- with plans to rip it down just two weeks after completion, according to local records.
Icahn Automotive continues expansion with more service center acquisitionsFeb. 28
That's a wrap: Art scores for accessoriesFeb. 19
Billionaire Schaefflers hold the keys to Conti's fortunesJan. 10
Breaking up Continental is an old idea, but even as suppliers such as Delphi and Autoliv announced they were dividing last year, the German giant didn't budge. With Conti now talking of a major overhaul, all eyes are the billionaire Schaeffler family, which controls almost half of the supplier's stock.
Why Carl Icahn is betting on Hertz, Lyft and Pep BoysNov. 8, 2017
Toyota explores airless tires to build lighter EVsOct. 30, 2017
Tires for Life avoids potholesOct. 16, 2017
Icahn, Federal-Mogul trying to sell Fel-Pro for $1.5 billion, report saysSept. 15, 2017
Dealer Tire wins business from Southeast Toyota's 176 storesAug. 31, 2017
Build a tire factory, they will comeAug. 21, 2017
TIRE TITANSAug. 21, 2017
Scott and Dean Mueller built Dealer Tire into a billion-dollar colossus by selling replacement tires to new-vehicle dealerships. Now the brothers are ramping up their efforts to teach dealers to be better tire retailers.