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Q&A: Dr. David E. Cole

Dr. David E. Cole is chairman emeritus of the Center for Automotive Research in Ann Arbor, and former director of the Office for the Study of Automotive Transportation at the University of Michigan Transportation...

Driving the Future

With an array of propulsion systems driven by rising government regulations, the automotive industry and its consumer base have never been more confused or perplexed.

2014 Powered By Women

With women-owned businesses in Michigan continuing to Increase in number, we asked our readers to nominate Female business leaders in the region who are driving Profits, adding employees, and opening new opportunities.

Exported From Italy

During a series of recent interviews, Sergio Marchionne addresses a wide range of issues, including queries about several major investment initiatives in metro Detroit.

Road Blocks

Can Detroit's Big Three survive and thrive in a climate of rising regulations, runaway litigation, and high taxation?

Q&A: Robert Lutz

 DBusiness: Where are you?Robert Lutz: I just got off duty at the Lotus stand at the New York Auto Show.DB: You're working with Lotus?RL: I hosted their press conference yesterday and gave the introductory...

The Auto Industry Is Driving Through Hell

A collection of European auto writers with no ties to advertising or advertisers has, for decades, chosen a highly credible and prestigious European Car of the Year.
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Dream Space

One of the most remarkable offices in the entire automotive industry takes center stage at GM’s Warren technical center.
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The Long & Winding Road

General Motors Corp. is finally earning praise from critics, but its product revival is running into a slumping U.S. economy, making GM North American President Troy Clarke’s job even harder.

The Horsepower Whisperer

Saleen Inc. in Troy has long delivered high-performance specialty vehicles for touring and racing enthusiasts, but more stringent environmental standards may jeopardize the company’s horsepower mettle.