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Ghosn's legacy in U.S. no model for running a business

Japanese prosecutors' case against former Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn may be suspect, but his record in the U.S. is no textbook case for how to run a business.

Engineering fear and loathing in Las Vegas

Do engineers dread the rise of artificial intelligence in their shops? And should they?

Lamborghini Huracan gets rwd

With power going to its rear wheels and a new performance traction-control system, the Lamborghini Huracan Evo's driving experience will be different from that of the all-wheel-drive version.

Some Tesla skeptics turning into believers

The electric vehicle maker is closing in on a $100 billion valuation, having overshadowed controversies and product issues with a surprise third-quarter profit and the opening of a factory in China.

Toyota moves production to maximize its N.A. efficiency

The company is in the middle of a five-year plan to spend $13 billion through 2021 on revitalizing and expanding its U.S., Canadian and Mexican plants and building new capacity.