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Steel's attack on aluminum is unmerited

If the facts are not on your side, pound the table and yell like hell — an old saying that evokes the steel industry's latest environmental attack against the aluminum industry.

Dealer anniversaries

Dealers featured this week include David and Michael Cuene, dealer principals of Broadway Chevrolet in Green Bay, Wis.; and Monica and Eric Rehkemper, owners of Tri Ford in Highland, Ill.

Keogh to address AN congress as VW targets BEVs

Scott Keogh's ongoing transformation of Volkswagen of America will be front and center when he addresses the Automotive News World Congress on March 24.

Ghosn's legacy in U.S. no model for running a business

Japanese prosecutors' case against former Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn may be suspect, but his record in the U.S. is no textbook case for how to run a business.

Engineering fear and loathing in Las Vegas

Do engineers dread the rise of artificial intelligence in their shops? And should they?