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Despite demise, EV1 was a risk worth taking

GM's decision to cancel its experiment 25 years ago to avoid decades of losses wasn't wrong; many of the challenges that plagued the project then still exist today. 

Will the auto industry rethink supply chain disruption now?

At most automakers and Tier 1 suppliers, not much changes after supply chain problems. Once they're over, they all go back to business as usual until the next earthquake, tsunami, flood, strike or other event causes a new complication.

Diess chose VW over CEO job at Tesla

In 2015, Elon Musk tried to poach Herbert Diess, who was then BMW's head of development, to run his electric car maker.

Still no auto show, so Detroit tries car crawl

The outdoor event aims to bring some economic activity back to Detroit and make up for some of the proceeds that normally flow from the auto show's annual charity gala

OBITUARY: William McKinley

The longtime auto dealer died Feb. 24 at age 99.