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Technician recruiters target seventh-graders

In an effort to recruit future service technicians, a new web campaign called Project Shift is targeting middle-schoolers.

Dealers seek guidance on business loans as showrooms shutter

A lack of clarity on the scope, requirements and timeline of the lending process has some dealers scratching their heads as they consult with bankers and tax advisers while struggling to keep their employees paid and businesses afloat.

Cadillac CT5 aims to undercut rivals

The luxury brand says a two-tiered approach to the V-series and a handful of segment-first or exclusive features — such as a rear camera mirror, safety alert seat and ZF passive dampers — will help the car gain traction.

VW offers Basecamp accessories to give Atlas more rugged look

The accessory package, which goes on sale this spring, will be available either together or separately to make the freshened 2021 three-row Atlas look more rugged.

Trump chides 'foolish' auto execs after easing mpg rules

President Trump claimed that unidentified company leaders were being “politically correct” by not endorsing efforts to ease gas mileage and emissions regulations for light vehicles -- a move that enraged environmentalists and sparked litigation.