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Revisiting Strategies for Buying a New Car

Telegram & Gazette (MA) June 25, 2019 With the cost to own a new vehicle rising, it’s more important than ever to consider what you’ll pay for a car loan and to shop for the best interest rate. The average new car loan interest rate reached 5.5% in 2018, up about one percentage […]

The Car Industry Is Under Siege

The New York Times June 10, 2019 Jack Ewing Its a scary time to be in the car business. The internal combustion engine is under attack from electric challengers. Car ownership is becoming optional in the age of Uber. Regulators around the world are fining companies that dont do enough to cut carbon […]

Kroger Recalls Some Frozen Berries for Possible Hepatitis A Contamination

Dayton Daily News June 10, 2019 The Kroger Co. is recalling some frozen berries under the Private Selection label for a possible hepatitis A contamination, according to an FDA alert released Friday. The berries were manufactured by Townsend Farms under the store brand and were distributed to the family of Kroger stores across the […]

Leading Through a Crisis

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Automakers Are Racing to Keep Up

Richmond Times Dispatch June 24, 2019 FRANKFURT, GermanyIt’s a scary time to be in the car business. The internal combustion engine is under attack from electric challengers. Car ownership is becoming optional in the age of Uber. Regulators around the world are fining companies that don’t do enough to cut carbon dioxide emissions, […]

Fourth Carcinogen Found in Blood-Pressure Pills

Chicago Daily Herald June 24, 2019 An online pharmacy told U.S. regulators it found another cancer-causing chemical in widely prescribed blood-pressure pills, raising new questions about a complex global web of companies that produces medicine for millions of people. A solvent called dimethylformamide was discovered in the drug valsartan made by several […]

VW Digitalization Adds 2,000 Jobs, Axes 4,000 But Not Compulsory Layoffs

Just-Auto June 6, 2019 By Graeme Roberts Volkswagen said it would be spending up to 4 billion on digitalization projects to the end of 2023 mainly in administration but also in production. At least 2,000 new jobs will be created as a result, as agreed by the management board and general works council […]

‘No-Deal’ Confusion Paralyses UK Carmakers at the Worst Time

Birmingham Post June 6, 2019 By David Bailey UK auto output slumped by almost a half last month as firms shut down plants in case of a no-deal Brexit that didnt comeleading to renewed warnings from the industry over the damage being caused by Brexit uncertainty. A number of UK car plants stopped […]