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Selling Chinese cars in U.S. proves to be an elusive goal

The arrival of Chinese brands in America has been imminent for nearly two decades. Why has the effort so far been fruitless?

OBITUARY: Dick Dyer Sr.

Longtime auto dealer Dick Dyer Sr. died June 27 at age 91. In the mid-1950s, he started as a salesman at Courtesy Ford in Charlotte, N.C.

Pickups salvage disastrous Q2

One in four sales by nonluxury brands in the second quarter was a pickup, and full-size pickups became the No. 1 segment as the coronavirus pandemic made business otherwise challenging for dealers.

Independent monitor for UAW on the table

UAW President Rory Gamble and U.S. Attorney Matthew Schneider discussed potentially having an "independent monitor" evaluate progress on efforts to reform the union.

Driver-assist tech savings should benefit all

Driver-assist technology is paying off for insurance companies in fewer accident claims. It's time it also paid off for the auto industry and consumers.