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E-cycling the obsolete
Ken Manske knows an opportunity when he sees one. A chance meeting with a stranger at a Gresham cartridge store was no different.
Route 66 Turns 80
This year marks the eightieth anniversary of the dedication of U.S. Route 66, born in 1926 and completed in 1938. What started as a link between Chicago and Los Angeles—a 2,400-mile hodgepodge of diagonal connections between farm towns across the Midwest and West—became a legend.
Jim Snyder - Saving You Money
Vegas homeowner swears by miracle lawn tonic There are people in Las Vegas making their neighbors green with envy. Theyve got the nicest lawns on the block and you might not believe what theyre feeding their grass to make it green.
Is Car of Tomorrow, NASCARs future or downfall?
No one seems to be quite sure what to make of these odd- shaped, winged, boxy cars that are supposed to change the face of NASCAR. Some are using them as their deep-throated, personal wail of despair, a plea for sanity; a cry, if you will, to cease the madness.
Wall Street Breakfast
A wholesome summary of this mornings key market- and stock-moving stories.
EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Logan’s success shows way for the ‘emerging markets car’
Developing a car for emerging markets has become something of a quest within the car industry. Fiat nearly cracked the puzzle with the Palio; Renault might just have done the trick with the Logan. And now everyone else seems to be on the trail, writes Mark Bursa.
EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Russia’s ailing behemoth turns the corner
AvtoVAZ is a company that came to symbolise the era of vast monolithic producers that were at the heart of the industrial strategy of the old Soviet Union. In today’s Russia it faces severe challenges from a more open economy and the arrival of Western and Asian car brands in the Russian marketplace. But a new management is charting a course for survival, writes Mark Bursa.