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Shorter virus disruptions at UAW plants

Each of the Detroit 3 has had cases of the virus within their plants since they reopened, but new guidance from the CDC allowed them to halt the assembly lines for less time than originally anticipated.

Range Rover at 50: The birth of luxury SUV's

The legendary SUV succeeded against the odds -- and changed the industry.

Alliance finding an individual way forward

Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi pledge to revive their struggling alliance by divvying up markets and technologies to achieve a smaller, but more sustainable, global business.

Remote work will broaden talent pool, exec says

Toyota Motor North America manufacturing chief Chirs Reynolds says that in addition to the profound impact COVID-19 has had on manufacturing, it may have opened the door for companies to draw from a broader pool of talent because of experiences with working remotely.

GM's BARRY ENGLE: Priorities unchanged by crisis

GM's North American president says the automaker demonstrated its strength through higher market share for its pickups in the first quarter and maintaining its commitment to electric vehicles despite today's economic uncertainty.

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