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Supply chain woes just won't stop mounting

This year has brought so many challenges at once that it has beaten out 2020 in terms of impact on companies, experts say.

Larry Van Tuyl back in dealership game

He sold his dealership empire to Warren Buffett in 2015. Now he’s amassing dealerships once again, including a Honda store in Texas.

 

FCA employee-discount scheme a mystery

Workers say they have no idea how their information was used at a suburban Detroit dealership to give family discounts to people they don't know. A salesman now faces charges.

GM manages to keep pickup lines, profits rolling

The automaker has lost more production volume than Ford, but it expects a lower financial toll because it has been able to avoid shutting down output of its high-profit trucks.

Despite setbacks, Volkswagen Group brands are ready to robo

The German group's brands are taking steps to catch up with rivals in development of automated driving technology.