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Old Chrysler hand Tom Pappert still seethes over 2009 dealer cuts

Almost 20 years after he retired as Chrysler's top sales guy, Tom Pappert hasn't gotten over what happened to dealers in 2009.

Toyota to showcase vehicles driven by emotion

Toyota will add two more models to its Concept-i mobility portfolio, with an accent on learning what mood a driver is in.

Congress may play key role in fate of NAFTA

President Trump doesn't have a completely free hand when it comes to trade. Congress has certain authorities to regulate international commerce, and NAFTA was enabled by a series of domestic laws that only Congress can change.

GM supply numbers still show some trouble spots

General Motors has aggressively cut inventory and production levels this year amid plateauing U.S. sales and pressure from Wall Street to align production with demand. But it may not be done downsizing its operations just yet.

Prime Motor scales up to survive, sells stake to GPB Capital

GPB Capital replaced Abrams Capital as majority investor in Prime Motor Group. GPB and Prime see the deal as a bid for survival in a changing auto-retail world.