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Charlottesville forces Silicon Valley to confront its approach to free speech
Your Money, Your America
5 Stunning Stats
Look out, Amazon: China's Alibaba may soon be bigger
Before the Bell
Fear & Greed
Quest Means Business
Anti-human trafficking group uses data to track criminals
Powering Your World
Should I invest my emergency savings in the stock market?
Millennials & Money
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Feeling the squeeze? Stop buying brands
Start Small, Think Big
Lamborghini Aventador S: Still insane but better
A Gentleman's Guide
Detroit Auto Show 2011
A rebirth for Detroit's Big Three
What a difference a year or two makes. Detroit auto show kicks off with the best outlook in decades for sales gains and profits for U.S. automakers.
15 hot new cars
New models, future models, and concept cars are making their debuts at America's biggest auto extravaganza.
Coming in 2012: Maserati SUV with Ferrari engine
CEO of Chrysler Group and Fiat Sergio Marchionne announced that the companies will jointly begin production on a new Maserati SUV, debuting next year.
GM CEO on plans for Volt technology
Dan Akerson talks manufacturing jobs in the U.S. and the future of the Volt as he reveals the new Chevy Sonic.
The argument for a gas tax
Mike Jackson, CEO of Autonation, says a gas tax would be more effective than electric vehicle subsidies.
Hyundai's singular brand focus
With an expanding product line, Hyundai USA CEO John Krafcik says his luxury cars provide credibility to the whole brand.
Toyota unveils Prius station wagon
Beginning this year, Toyota will begin selling different hybrid models bearing the Prius name.
Why Volvo is crashing electric cars
Volvo CEO Stefan Jacoby says the company is using crash tests to make its electric cars safer.
Ford to hire 7,000 workers
In the face of strong sales, Ford to add both factory and engineering jobs in the United States.
American cars are big winners
The Chevy Volt and the Ford Explorer win top honors with North American Car and Truck of The Year awards.
GM's return to quality
President of GM North America Mark Reuss says the company is replacing some of its legacy products with new high-quality models.
Trump responds to Barcelona terror attack by spreading debunked rumor
Top magazines take on Trump and hate
Organizations pull events from Trump resort
1.8 million Chicago voter records exposed online
Former Corinthian students will get debt relief