And with one more race, Hendrick was off
Rick Hendrick may be the ultimate car-guy dealer, and so it seems fitting that he'll receive the National Automotive Dealer Lifetime Achievement Award at the Boca Raton Concours d'Elegance in February.
Can you spot all the differences?
The original Danny and the Cruisers album coverlike photo, above, was apparently such a hit that General Motors decided to re-create it.
Small size keeps Brembo fast, focused
Brembo navigates the curves of supplying high-end brakes while managing the transition to brake-by-wire.
VW denies allegations chairman knew early about emissions cheating
VW denied allegations that Chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch knew about the automaker's emissions test cheating almost three months before U.S. authorities made it public.
Tesla replaces legal chief with power lawyer from Washington
Tesla General Counsel Todd Maron is leaving the company, adding to a long list of senior management departures this year. Tesla said it hired Washington lawyer Dane Butswinkas as his successor.
3 Ford VPs to retire
The automaker's treasurer, head of European product development and Asia Pacific manufacturing chief will leave at the end of December.
Ghosn could be detained longer on new allegations
New details of Carlos Ghosn's alleged financial misconduct have come to light amid mounting speculation the ousted Nissan chairman could be re-arrested by Japanese prosecutors as investigators probe new allegations.
Uber hires former U.S. safety official for self-driving effort
Uber confirmed it hired a senior U.S. auto safety official involved in the federal government's handling of self-driving cars for its autonomous vehicle efforts.
U.S. attorney for Nissan's Kelly asserts his innocence
The attorney for the Nissan board member branded as the “mastermind” behind former Chairman Carlos Ghosn's alleged financial misconduct says his client did nothing wrong.
Mass transit for cities sure is neat
With his aw-shucks charm, Kansas boy Alan Mulally exudes small-town America. But since retiring as Ford's CEO in 2014, he has clearly spent a lot of time thinking about urban transportation issues.
She forged ahead after a dire warning about owning dealerships
For Corina Diehl, becoming a dealer was trial by fire after her husband's unexpected death in 2007. In an interview, she reflects on stair-step incentives, the current state of the dealership franchise system, facing sexism and more.
Ammann's move shifts GM leadership dynamic
Dan Ammann stepping down as president to lead the company's autonomous-vehicle unit ushers in a new era for the automaker's executive leadership team.
Mitsubishi's Diaz: 'Business as usual'
Before the Ghosn turmoil, Mitsubishi U.S. boss Fred Diaz had his eyes set on leveraging shared platforms to bolster his product lineup. And he still does.
Former Intel head looks to grow and transform CDK's work
Self-proclaimed car guy Brian Krzanich has big plans for CDK, including more interaction with the car buyer and a bigger push into the industry's transition to autonomous driving. "There's huge opportunity for growth in the services and solutions we can provide," he said.
Keogh starts VW job with dealer face time
Just a month into his new role as CEO of Volkswagen Group of America, Scott Keogh isn't yet ready to lay out a comprehensive plan to fix what ails the German automaker's operations in the U.S. Maybe by January, Keogh says.
Ghosn's Tokyo jail no country club
Japan's jail system treats Carlos Ghosn, one of the auto industry's most powerful executives, like any other criminal suspect.
Was Ghosn too powerful? Ask the industry's other CEOs.
Charges of financial impropriety against Carlos Ghosn raise questions about whether the auto leader had too much power.