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Magazine articles on the automotive manufacturing and retailing industry.
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The Motley Fool
November 5, 2009
Jordan DiPietro
The Daily Walk of Shame: Cash for Carts One impressively unique way to waste tax dollars is to include golf carts in stimulus spending. I cannot imagine any logical reason why taxpayer money should be used to subsidize the purchases of golf carts mark for My Articles 68 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
November 4, 2009
Erik Sofge
Why the Hydrogen Feud Needs to End: Analysis Perhaps it's a sign of progress that the federal government is skirmishing not over whether to pursue alternative fuels, but over how many such technologies are worth investing in. Still, the hydrogen debate is not a healthy one. mark for My Articles 393 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
November 4, 2009
David Kiley
GM Keeps Opel for Scale and Innovation: Analysis Beyond the engineering benefits, GM needs the scale and volume that Opel gives it. The brand may be struggling, but last year Opel sold 1.46 million vehicles. mark for My Articles 445 similar articles
November 1, 2009
Bernard Avishai
The Connected Car The introduction of the Chevy Volt and other electric vehicles will require a vast ecosystem of entrepreneurial businesses. mark for My Articles 636 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
November 2009
Paul Weissler
Car Industry Plans Shift to Low-Impact Refrigerant in A/C Systems Automakers are considering a new refrigerant for worldwide use -- R-1234yf. This new refrigerant has a global-warming impact number of just 4. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
The Motley Fool
November 2, 2009
John Rosevear
Ford's Profit: For Real This Time? It's starting to look good for the auto maker. But is it sustainable? mark for My Articles 858 similar articles
The Motley Fool
October 30, 2009
Kris Eddy
China Inspects U.S. Cars China is investigating sales of GM, Ford, and Chrysler vehicles, and the inquiry could lead to higher tariffs for American automakers. mark for My Articles 871 similar articles
October 29, 2009
Blown away, but not literally The Netherlands' and Germany's most famous WAG, Sylvie van den Vaart (nee Meis), gives BMW's convertibles a hair test mark for My Articles 28 similar articles
October 28, 2009
David Welch
Can Fiat Cars Save Chrysler? New models won't materialize for two years -- and the U.S. automaker could stall out in the meantime. mark for My Articles 234 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
October 27, 2009
Larry Webster
Hybrid Carmaker Fisker Takes Over GM Factory In what could signal the first step of a radically evolving auto industry, startup firm Fisker Automotive announced today that it will build its next-generation hybrid sedan in a now-closed GM factory in Wilmington, Del. mark for My Articles 156 similar articles
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