As the old philosopher said - no good deed goes unpunished. Here's a roundup of this year's car news highlights so far, along with their companion lows.
Ex-GM executive Mark LaNeve is set to become a key player at Ford's ad agency. It is the second high-level executive move in Detroit in a matter of days, confirming a major power realignment at America's top automakers.
Germany's top two luxury automakers are going head to head in the race to capture new markets.
'Damning with faint praise' perfectly describes the critical reception for the 2013 Chevrolet Malibu Eco.
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Boeing unveiled its new, longer 737 Max 9 airliner earlier this month, the second member of the updated single-aisle jet family. The first aircraft will deliver to ...
The Toy Industry Association's annual fair revealed countless tech-enabled toys -- and some fresh takes on old classics.
If you're one of the thousands of fans are headed to Houston for the Super Bowl Sunday, here are five things to do when you're not at the stadium.
The ghost of Spuds MacKenzie and an ad about immigration steal the show in the swell of upcoming Super Bowl ads. Advertisers are paying, on average, $5 million for ...
The ten most expensive cars sold at the annual Arizona collector auctions went or a total of $44 million.
President Obama came to office in January 2009 in the midst of the Great Recession. Much has turned around since then, but he's been criticized for a slow recovery.
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