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High-tech's Israeli military connection

Defending the small nation of Israel fostered technologies for seeing objects in the dark, protecting assets from cyber attack and deploying AI. It just so happens that the world auto industry now needs some help in those fields.

It's showtime for self-driving shuttles

A number of key global suppliers have moved the ball on self-driving shuttles. Commercial vehicles might be an easier and more receptive starting point for the technologies.

Still wondering about AutoNation succession plan

The restructuring plan announced last week by AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson, along with the resignations of four top leaders at the company, raises questions about Jackson's eventual successor.

For Silverado campaign, Chevy gets playful in print

Chevy believes much of Silverado's future growth will come from new customers to the pickup segment, so it's reaching out to nontraditional audiences.

Mobile, Ala., may become export hub

A new port investment at Mobile could help Alabama challenge the East Coast for auto export, import traffic