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  • Compact cars: More are on the way

    Compact cars will be built in greater numbers this year as automakers cater to penny-pinching consumers. Companies also hope to eat into sales of Toyota, Honda compact cars.
    08/31/2011 10:09 am

  • Ford: Small cars will represent 55 percent of sales by 2020

    Ford sold 5.3 million vehicles last year, but wants to sell 8 million in the next five or six years, more than one-third of its sales to come from its Asia Pacific and Africa region by 2020.
    06/07/2011 03:31 pm

  • Despite gas prices, more than 30 million Americans traveling for Memorial Day

    The average price of gas was $3.85 a gallon for the week that ended Monday. The number of automotive travelers during Memorial Day weekend is expected to be about the same as a year ago.
    05/27/2011 08:04 pm

  • North Korea takes over Mt. Kumgang tourist area, further dimming Sunshine legacy

    North Korea has taken control of Mt. Kumgang, a jointly maintained tourist area in which South Korea's Hyundai Asan had invested more than $1.5 billion for a hotel, hot springs, shopping mall, and a road inside the North.
    05/16/2011 11:36 am

  • Fuel-efficient cars drive US sales surge

    Fuel-efficient cars – like Chevy's Cruze, Hyundai's Elantra, and Ford's Focus – led an estimated 19 percent car sales increase in April. GM says rising gas prices started pushing drivers into fuel-efficient cars in March.
    05/03/2011 11:33 pm

  • Auto sales rise, but gas prices may test Detroit recovery

    Auto sales rose 27 percent from February 2010, but gas prices have also been rising. At a minimum, higher gas prices could affect car-buying preferences.
    03/01/2011 07:33 pm

  • Top picks in 2011 Consumer Reports car issue: Ford, Kia, and Used

    The 2011 Consumer Reports car issue recommends new models by familiar brands, including Toyota and Honda. And for value-conscious buyers, it offers this time-tested advice: Buy Used.
    02/28/2011 08:11 pm

  • South Korean companies shelve Libya projects as workers flee riots

    South Korea, one of the biggest investors in construction projects in the Middle East for more than 40 years and a major importer of oil, may have more to fear than most as it evacuates Koreans in Libya.
    02/24/2011 08:02 am

  • Seven hot cars for Valentine’s Day

    It’s Valentine’s Day, and those “sexiest cars” lists are rolling in. Silly? A little, but it’s too much fun not to play along. We looked at 2011 cars that were attainable (sorry, Dr. Porsche, Jaguar, Tesla), not overly obvious (Chevy Camaro, Ford Mustang, BMW 3-series), and sporting a noticeably new look. We like the Volvo C30, but it didn’t much improve a reliably pretty fleet. I haven’t driven all these vehicles, but over several years of test-driving I did race through several of these cars’ predecessors. You can still see the skid marks. Here, in random order, are my seven hot cars for Valentine’s Day 2011:
    02/14/2011 02:12 pm

  • ThinkMarkets What Egypt can learn from South Korea

    Twenty years ago, Seoul looked much like Cairo does today.
    02/10/2011 01:36 pm

Doing Good

 

What happens when ordinary people decide to pay it forward? Extraordinary change...

Danny Bent poses at the starting line of the Boston Marathon in Hopkinton, Mass.

After the Boston Marathon bombings, Danny Bent took on a cross-country challenge

The athlete-adventurer co-founded a relay run called One Run for Boston that started in Los Angeles and ended at the marathon finish line to raise funds for victims.

 
 
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