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Old-school ties help Bosch in South Carolina

Bosch needs a steady flow of engineers at its U.S. operations, especially at its South Carolina manufacturing base. Clemson has been helping.

FEV adds space for vehicle testing services

Automakers' need for more demanding propulsion system testing prompted FEV Group to invest in a new Detroit lab, with more to come.

Service customer sues store for loaning out her vehicle

A service customer has filed a lawsuit accusing Stateline Nissan in Rhode Island of loaning her car to another customer for a week. Pretrial discovery is underway.

Detroit auto show disappoints

In a letter to the editor, an Automotive News reader expresses disappointment at the no-shows at Detroit's final winter auto show this year.

Lyft proposes to be dealers' ally

Lyft set up shop at the NADA Show to make the case that its network of drivers can provide dealers a transportation option that makes their service departments more convenient.