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Fiats, Disruption & Other Automotive Excursions
When you think of Fiat in the U.S. market, you probably think first of the diminutive 500 (139.6 in. long) and its variants such as its Abarth trim.
Blog Published: 12/15/2014
Half a BRIC Short
It wasn’t all that long ago that economists were rhapsodizing about the powerful potential of the BRIC countries—that’s Brazil, Russia, India, China—about how the BRICs were going to leave the Western countries in the dust.
Blog Published: 12/12/2014
Luxury/Cars/Cars/Luxury
In a recent interview with Automotive News, Ewe Ellinghaus, chief marketing officer at Cadillac, said, “Johan de Nysschen, my boss, and I always say we want to build the first luxury brand that just happens to make cars.” Seems like he may have mis...
Blog Published: 12/9/2014
The Suggestion Box Endures at Bosch
One thing you don’t hear about much anymore is the suggestion box.
Blog Published: 12/2/2014
GM Money for Manufacturing in Michigan
Late last week General Motors announced that it is spending some serious money for manufacturing in southeastern Michigan.
Blog Published: 11/26/2014
Scion Sustained
Scion was established in 2002.
Blog Published: 11/24/2014
Magna & the Challenges of Modern Automotive Manufacturing
Magna International is the third-largest automotive supplier on the planet.
Blog Published: 11/17/2014
Taking a SWOT at Sales
Strengths.
Blog Published: 11/10/2014
Why Race? An Answer from Audi
This coming weekend there will be the sixth of eight FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) races.
Blog Published: 10/30/2014
How to Make a Hellcat
Russ Ruedisueli is vehicle line executive and Head of Engineering at SRT.
Blog Published: 9/15/2014

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