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Staying RelevantMay 21
The digital era is transforming the way automakers introduce vehicles. The shift has left many of the big international auto shows grasping for answers as brands increasingly connect with consumers through Instagram and YouTube instead.
Oil and WaterMay 7
Right behindApril 30
China Trade Cha-cha-chaApril 23
Cali ConundrumApril 16
Quarterly GMApril 9
General Motors, in a move that could ripple throughout the auto industry, is switching its reporting of U.S. auto sales from monthly to quarterly in an effort to give a more accurate view of its business operations.
Climbing The HillApril 2
Ford's FocusMarch 26
Ford has laid out a plan to overhaul three-quarters of its North American lineup by 2020 and create the freshest full-line showrooms in the industry — with pickups and utility vehicles front and center.
Making a MoveMarch 19
Tariffs TroubleMarch 12
President Donald Trump last week signed a presidential proclamation placing tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. Automakers, who purchase about 15 percent of the steel and almost 40 percent of aluminum consumed in the U.S., are trying to soften the blow.